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Meg Turner

Heart Song Ceramics


Member profile details

Membership level
Regular Membership
First name
Last name
Business Name
Heart Song Ceramics

Additional Info


Art Work Description

Firing Methods
  • Gas
  • Electric
  • Reduction
  • Oxidation
  • Raku
  • Mid-Range
  • High-Fire
  • Wood Fire
  • Salt
  • Soda
  • Smoke/Pit
Types of Clay Used
  • Stoneware
  • Porcelain
Forming Methods and Techniques
  • Wheel Thrown
  • Slabs
  • Hand Built
  • Carved
Finishing Methods and Techniques
  • Dip or Poured Glazes
  • Painted Slips
  • Underglazes
  • Raw
  • Terra sigillata
  • Sprayed Glazes
  • Oxides
Forms Types
  • Plates
  • Serving Platters
  • Cups
  • Tumbler
  • Tea Bowls
  • Vase
  • Flower Vases
  • Bud Vase
  • Cylinders
  • Bowls
  • Soup Bowls
  • Planters
  • Figurative
  • Architectural
Artwork Description
  • Functional
  • Non-Functional
  • Garden
  • Figurative
  • Multimedia
  • Sculpture
  • Vessel
  • Abstract
  • Organic
  • Earthy
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Artist Statement
As an 11 year resident of Mt. Hood wilderness rim, I enjoy working with natural elements in my design and use of color. I strive to integrate the rich biodiversity of the natural world around me in my pieces. I also enjoy a wide variety of styles and forms, some functional, some architectural, and some sculptural. My work reflects a deep respect for nature and all the beauty that I strive to protect.
I have studied for 5 years under the supervision of Joe Davis and Natalie Warrens. I have also worked in workshops with Richard Rowland, Richard Brandt, Brad Schweiger, and Lorna Deane. I am currently a member of the Gresham Arts Council, as well as the Oregon Potters Association. I look forward to many more years both as a potter, and a student of fine art.

Clay Educators

Type of Place You Teach At
  • Community College
  • Middle School or High School
  • Elementary School
Name of Institution or Studio
Reynolds School District

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