Stop by the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio to hold my work in person.
Letting go and accepting that you are no longer in control of each individual piece captivates me, and pulls me towards wood and soda kilns. Learning to fail successfully is the trickiest part, but when you learn to do that, failing and experimenting becomes fun. Taking advantage of this aspect of atmospheric firing allows each piece to be unique with the same finishes, letting the kiln leave it’s mark on my work.
Aaron Moseley is an artist from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He previously worked as a resident artist at the Iowa Ceramic Center and Glass Studio, focusing on wood and fire soda work. Now living and working in Floyd, VA, as an apprentice to Ellen Shankin.