POTTERY PLACE PLUS
AN ARTIST MIXED MEDIA GALLERY SINCE 1978
INNOVATION IN UNIQUE LOCAL POTTERY ART
JoDee Moody was born and raised in Spokane Valley. She discovered her love for pottery in High School and College but didn’t pursue clay till later in life. In the summer of 2000, she enrolled in a class at Spokane Potters Guild and renewed her love for pottery. She taught Hand building from 2005-2015 at the Potters’ Guild. Currently she is teaching at “Urban Art Co-op” on Monroe Street in Spokane. Hand building pottery is her passion because the technique allows her to create a variety of different art forms. Texture and nature have had a major influence in her pottery. She loves to make bird baths and bird houses and garden art. Yes, she makes the regular functional mugs, bowls, platters and vases but with texture, crystal glazes, stains and a variety of lead-free cone 6 glazes. The love of Raku, a Japanese low-firing process, has been a big influence in her art. The excitement of the fire and unpredictability of the results is always a surprise and a treasure that can’t always be replicated, “one of a kind” metallic colored wall art, boxes, vases and jewelry.
JoDee Moody <firstname.lastname@example.org> 509-220-9615