Artist of the Day: Linda Starr of Blue Starr Gallery

I began working in clay in 2006 when I phased out my landscaping and lavender farm business. I started at the community college with cone 10 reduction work and I am self taught with my present work in cone 6 oxidation using slab, coil and pinch methods of construction.

I enjoy every part of the process and look forward to each day in the studio. I’m inspired by nature, architecture and my travels in my work. I attend as many workshops as I can and glean so much helpful information from blogs. I recently opened an Etsy shop to sell my pottery.

I can be also be reached through my blog which lists my snail and email information at