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Eliza Weber recently completed her MFA at Arizona State University. Originally from Great Falls, she received her BFA from The University of Montana. She has completed short residencies at Medalta in Alberta, Canada and The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China. Eliza was an Artist in Residence at Pottery Northwest in Seattle, Washington, and afterwards an Instructor at Kansas State University. She serves on the board for NCECA as a Student Director at Large, in addition to the board of the Ceramics Research Center.
My work is an abstracted reflection of the world around us. Functional work becomes a canvas for my interpretations and appreciations. With an intention for use, the work reflects on interrelationships and our connections with others, objects included. Often influenced by the arrangements in nature, designs emphasize the asymmetrical. Growing up beneath a vast sky encouraged gazing upward. I record clouds, trees, mountains, flowers, and rocks. They become characters of the land, interacting and engaging with each other. Mostly soda fired to accentuate uniqueness, intentions balance between curiosity and playfulness.