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She’s taught individual classes out of her home.
“Katie is really developing herself here in the art community of St. Cloud,” Jorgenson said. “She has a very definite presence and voice in her work.”
At Jorgenson’s studio, she’ll use a Korean kick-style pottery wheel and a wood-burning kiln.
“A big part of the apprenticeship will be taking her on a different path and develop her work beyond what she’s been doing,” Jorgenson said. “It will be adding to the foundation of what she has learned so far.”
Katie also is working on her personal ceramics collection. The Webster household is filled with Katie’s products, as well as a large collection of other works.
Andrew, an art history professor, takes photos and logs their entire collection.
“I think part of the draw for us is that pottery uses functional pieces,” Andrew said. “Pottery and clay have an incredible range.”
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