Jane Wojick has been a potter since 2002. She creates one of a kind pieces using stoneware clay, fires in an electric kiln, and occasionally fires using the ancient processes of raku and saggar firing. Her main focus is on functional pieces which are meant to be used every day. When given the time to access her creativity, she may come up with playful sculptural pieces or detailed art pieces. Her inspiration comes from her background in textiles and needlework, as well as gardening, traveling, and exploring the outdoors. She will often create pieces using found objects to create texture. Her incised pieces may include flowers that mimic the lazy daisy stitch of embroidery, representations of coral reefs, or snapshots of architectural details. She creates her work at her home studios in Massachusetts and Vermont. She is also an active member of a large cooperative studio where she continuously gains knowledge and inspiration while working alongside fellow potters.
University of Colorado at Boulder, BA in psychology
Simmons College School of Social Work, MSW
Potters Place, Walpole MA
Vermont Cultural Council
Bennington Arts Guild, Bennington VT
Westwood Artists (founding member)