Thursday, January 1, 2009
Meet Sue Huff-Pleiman
"I have always had a passion for pottery. It started with pottery close to my hometown, Dover, Ohio, with all the wonderful Zanesville and Cambridge pottery. After graduating from OSU, I moved to the Dayton area to be Moraine's first Aquatic Director and then taught in Kettering Schools for 35 years. I was a student in the last pottery class offered at The Dayton Art Institute. At DAI, I fell in love with pottery and have been making pottery ever since. I have taken a few breaks along the way but have always returned to the wonderful feel of the clay. I have taken classes at Wright State, UD and OSU, as well as workshops and classes throughout the United States. Currently, I am firing my pottery at the John Bryan Community Pottery Center in Yellow Springs, Rosewood Art Center and my new studio at our farm in Waynesville. Life is always good when I am working in clay!"