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              Young Future: Richard Peterson

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              Young Future: Richard Peterson

              -- Image left: "Home of the Free". Photo credit: Charlie Cummings, Charlie Cummings Gallery.

              One of crafthaus’ focuses is advocacy. Advocacy for craft as an art form and advocacy for practitioners from the ambitious hobbyist level on up.

              We believe that an art and craft education benefits absolutely everyone, especially those who don't do well in standardized learning and working environments, or have been through personal turmoil. As a field, we need to do more to spread the story of art and craft as a healing, therapeutic influence just as much as we need to spread our story about skill and practice.


              Not everyone has the best start in life. Family background, health history, location, and many other influences outside of one’s control play significant roles in our upbringing and in how we view our world. Richard Peterson, a ceramicist and self-described ‘troubled youth’, has a startling personal story about growing up in a trailer and ultimately turning things around for himself. He sat down with Brigitte Martin, Crafthaus Founder & Editor, for an interview in July 2015 which will be posted on crafthaus in six segments over the course of the next days:

              1. Growing Up
              2. Hard Work
              3. Grad School
              4. Making and Selling
              5. I Admire
              6. Let it Happen

              Location: crafthaus online
              Members: 19
              Latest Activity: Jan 22, 2016

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              Let it Happen

              Started by Brigitte Martin. Last reply by Priscilla Mouritzen Sep 2, 2015. 2 Replies

              This is the last installment of the crafthaus series "Young Future: Richard Peterson". It was great fun showing Richard's work and letting readers in on his personal background, clay work, and accomplishments.Thanks for your interest and feedback dear readers, we heard back from many people, clay artists and non-clay artists alike, who were deeply touched and inspired by Richard's story. Thank you also to?Charlie Cummings Gallery for…Continue

              Tags: road, open, let, it, go

              I Admire

              Started by Brigitte Martin Aug 26, 2015. 0 Replies

              Richard Peterson, "Die Alone". Exhibited at International Ceramic Cup Show at the Workhouse Arts Center at Workhouse Arts Center on Wednesday Jan 8, 2014. Honorable mention.Continued from previous post…Continue

              Tags: Lugo, Roberto, community, Kevin, Snipes

              Making and Selling

              Started by Brigitte Martin Aug 19, 2015. 0 Replies

              Richard Peterson, "My Eyes Are Up Here" Earthenware, wheelthrown, painted slip and underglaze, fired to cone 4, 2.75 x 2.75 x 2.75 inches.Photo credit: Charlie Cummings, Charlie Cummings Gallery…Continue

              Tags: exhibition, ceramics, show, making, community

              Grad School

              Started by Brigitte Martin Aug 17, 2015. 0 Replies

              Image courtesy of UARK/Ceramics: Ryan McKerley, A.C.E. Visiting Artist Lecture/Workshop, Spring 2015Continued from previous post "Hard Work".Crafthaus Editor: You will…Continue

              Tags: evolution, Kevin, Snipes, Ohio, craft

              Hard Work

              Started by Brigitte Martin. Last reply by Ann Thompson Aug 18, 2015. 3 Replies

              My mother and I at my exit thesis show at Forum Artspace in Cleveland. Without her, I have no clue what would have happened in my life. -- Richard Peterson, 2015. Family photo.…Continue

              Tags: Zygote, Brick, Cleveland, Press, Akron

              Growing Up

              Started by Brigitte Martin Aug 12, 2015. 0 Replies

              Richard Peterson, Home of the Free Earthenware, wheelthrown with pressmold top, sgraffito, underglaze, fired to cone 4, 4.5 x 2.25 x 2 inches. --- Image credit: Charlie Cummings,?Charlie Cummings Gallery.(Private Collection)…Continue

              Tags: poor, portfolio, growing, drug, crafthaus

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              Comment by The Justified Sinner on January 22, 2016 at 3:39pm

              Fantastic! I loved this story and updates are most welcome.

              Comment by Brigitte Martin on January 22, 2016 at 11:12am

              Update on Richard Peterson: If you followed his story you will be happy to hear that Richard has just been featured with a two-page spread in American Craft Magazine's ZOOM Section,  February/March 2016 issue! Out on magazine stands now.

              Comment by Brigitte Martin on August 14, 2015 at 7:24am

              Thank you John, Corliss and Dauvit for the feedback! More of this WILL happen on crafthaus - and soon. :)

              Comment by The Justified Sinner on August 14, 2015 at 3:29am

              This is brilliant. More of this on Crafthaus, please!

              Such a moving article: I got SO angry about the bit about the school trying to medicate Richard to stop him drawing; what damn right... etc.

              Comment by 2Roses on August 12, 2015 at 8:56am

              Thank you for this Brigitte. Very well done. Looking forward to the rest of the series.?

               

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