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Building

Pottery with Integrity

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The working process

Expanding the Possibilities

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Building a Character

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Refining a Style

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Expressing a Passion

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Maturing an Understanding

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Respecting the Work

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Keeping the Spirit Alive

About the Potter

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The Inspiration

As an artist who has a deep appreciation for nature, Taylor understands the beauty of simplicity. Many of the theme he uses express the times, places, and emotions he has experienced in his travels.

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The Work

Fired to a temperature of 2350*F, WhiteCrow Pottery ceramics are built to last a life times and to be share from generation to generation. When love is used in the making of art, it is sure to pass the test of time.

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The Pottery

 From his heart to your home, WhiteCrow Pottery makes ceramics with strength and integrity. With 10 years of ceramics experience and 6 years of education, Taylor Jackson dedicates his times and energy to sharing his passion with his communities. 

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Taylor A. Jackson

WhiteCrow Potter

Why I became a teacher:

I became a teacher because I want to enrich the culture of my community. In my travels I've come to understand that community involvement and appreciation are key to the sustainability of art forms like ceramics. Having worked in ceramics and studying with local masters for about a decade now, I've come to know this art form as a great way to bring people together and enrich communities. Ceramics has been the building block for developing nations since the beginning of history, and in such the principles of working with clay have been fundamentally the same for thousands of years. This means that an instructor can engage both younger and older students on the same level and they can both understand the working process. Ceramics encourages a lot of community involvement and appreciation for ones' neighbor. This gets people engaged in the workplace and communicating with one another. This also creates a sense of value in the student that helps to encourage patience and skill building. As they begin to understand the time and energy that go into the making of a piece of ceramics art or functional ware, they begin to value their work and the work of others more. This also further enriches that sense of value in the community and their connection to the earth. In closing I feel that some of the most valuable people in our communities are teachers and I want to do my best to instill a greater sense of value in my neighbors, like my elders and teachers did before me.

Exhibitions 2014-2019

 

  • Group Exhibition: Student Show, Ridley Gallery, Sierra College, Rocklin, CA - June 2014-2017
  • Private Exhibition: Fundraiser event for Cancer Patient, Represa, CA - August 2017
  • Solo Exhibition: Student Show, Sierra College, Rocklin, CA - June 2016
  • Student Exhibition: California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Arts, Oddfellow Hall, Davis, CA - March 2014-2017
  • General Gomez Resident Artist Show, General Gomez Arts and Events center, Auburn, CA - July 2018
  • Lincoln Hills Fine Arts Show, Orchard Creek, Lincoln, CA - February 2019
  • General Gomez "Project Remember Me" Show, General Gomez Arts and Events center, Auburn, CA - April 2019

Classes

Thursday

Introduction to Ceramics / Advance Ceramics

9:00 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Sun City Lincoln Hills Senior Community: 965 Orchard Creek Lane, Lincoln, CA 95648

Event Details

Thursday

Introduction to Ceramics / Advance Ceramics

A beginner’s course in ceramics is for the senior residents of Sun City Lincoln Hills and their guests. These classes covers the basics of hand built and wheel thrown ceramics. Demonstrations and individual instruction will be provided to help students explore their interests and become more comfortable with the working process. 

9:00 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Sun City Lincoln Hills Senior Community: 965 Orchard Creek Lane, Lincoln, CA 95648

Thursday - Friday

Introduction - Advanced Ceramics

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

General Gomez Arts and Event Center: 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603

Event Details

Thursday - Friday

Introduction - Advanced Ceramics

This class is for beginner and advanced ceramic students who are new to ceramics or have taken classes before and wish to establish their skills. Students are encouraged to explore many of the artistic and functional approaches to hand-built and wheel thrown ceramics. This class includes demonstrations and individual instruction designed to help students further develop their skills and interests.

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

General Gomez Arts and Event Center: 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603

April 14, 2019

Project "Remember Me" Memorial/Celebration of Life Show

All day

General Gomez Arts and Event Center: 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603

Event Details

April 14, 2019

Project "Remember Me" Memorial/Celebration of Life Show

Please join us in this day of remembrance as we come together to  honor and celebrate the lives of those who were lost in the Camp Fire and those who have perished since the fire. This event is a positive gathering of anyone wanting to come together and see the beautiful Urns made by Taylor Jackson. There will be food and drinks. We will have people sharing stories and reconnecting with community members that have been displaced. Please join us, invite friends feel the love.  

All day

General Gomez Arts and Event Center: 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603

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