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Robyn Elliott has been a joint member with Curt Elliott of Commonwheel for 4 years generally focusing on functional ware.
She is primarily self-taught and has been creating ceramic pieces in the 70’s and 80’s. After retiring, she again began doing pottery and has done so for the last 10 years. She began doing pottery at Meadowfound in the 70’s with Autumn Lewis, Clyde Tullis and Bruce Anderson and was a member of Kilnworks to learn firing techniques, gaining skills and networking with other potters within the region. Previous studio space at the Clay Center and Cottonwood Center for the Arts in the past afforded her opportunities to meet and share techniques and ideas with other artists as well as appreciate other mediums.
Robyn has taken workshops from Sumi Von Dassow in Pit Firing Techniques, Low Fired Glazes at the Arvada Art Center, Jonathan Kaplan’s workshop in Mold Making, a crystalline Glaze workshop in Atlanta Georgia, a kiln building course at UCCS and a variety of pottery technique workshops.
With her husband Curt she has beena member of the Arati Artists Co‐op Gallery in 1977—1981, again from 2009—2011 and currently 2016—present. Currently her work is shown at Commonwheel, Eye Candy in Salida, Arati in Old Colorado City and Gallery 132 in Monument.
Robyn has supplemented her hands-on experience with numerous magazines (Ceramic Monthly, Pottery Illustrated), books and online subscriptions (Insight, Ceramic Arts Daily, Glazy. She has participated in summer shows such as the Mountain Arts Festival in Woodland Park, Salida, Sangre d Cristo Own your own Show, the Weaver’s Guild Show in Pueblo, Greeley, and the Commonwheel Arts Festival.
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