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Showing posts with label Heather Waugh Pitts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Heather Waugh Pitts. Show all posts

May 26, 2021

Heather Waugh Pitts - 10 Questions for Artists

I can't remember how I found Heather on of those scroll-read-follow comment-bread crumb trails I suspect. When you see her work though, that scroll STOPS. Unlike anything else being created right now, mainly black and white with series names like Raw Like Bone, is it any wonder I became a fan? An interior designer, photographer, painter, ceramicist, Heather is also renovating a huge former private school into her main residence. A stark black and white palette with natural materials, antlers, dried botanicals, branches mixed with antiques, I'd liken her as the perfect combination of Martha Stewart, Joanna Gaines and Leanne Ford.  Heather's aesthetic is so on point, she creates magic with whatever she touches. I want to be her when I grow up!

Ceramics by Heather Waugh Pitts

Without further ado, read Heather Waugh Pitts answers to 10 Questions for Artists:

1. Favourite artist. Living or dead.

Louise Bourgeois

2. What's one thing in your studio you REALLY should throw out?

Old work.

3. Best studio snack. (creative nutrition is important!)

Green smoothie.

4. Favourite studio smell.

Drying botanicals like lavender.

5. Least favourite studio smell.

Drying seaweed by the kiln.

Ceramics by Heather Waugh Pitts

6. Most used art related app on your phone.


7. Top song in your studio.

Florence and the Machine... What kind of Man.

8. Favourite art-related author, podcast(er), YouTuber.

Street graffiti artist ROA. There’s a few street artists I follow their work in person throughout Europe.

9. Least favourite part of art-making.

Waiting for work to thoroughly dry.

10. Describe THE thing that would make you think: "I've Made It."

I don’t think there is THE thing that would make me think I made it. I’m a mutt, an outsider in the conventional art realm.

More about Heather:

I hand-build porcelain series into collections for gallery exhibitions and food stylists.

I’m currently working on a new collection for Elte in Toronto.

I’m represented by Studio 21 Fine Art Gallery, they have renovated the gallery to include more ceramic work.

I'm, also, working on a new line of coiled porcelain vessels.

(Working on 

Thanks so much Heather! 

Ceramics by Heather Waugh Pitts

Interested in joining in 10 Questions for Artists?

Email or message me and I'll send you the details!
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