Jenn Rawling is a studio artist from Durango, CO who focuses her creativity on painting, print making, song writing, & medicine making. She is inspired by natural forms, botanicals, being outside, & the elements. She also hand prints her designs on useful goods such as tea towels, shirts, aprons, & tote bags.
I have loved clay and making pottery from the time I was a little kid…guess that first sniff of PlayDoh as a preschooler really got me hooked! But I’ve always collected teapots and plates and interesting ceramic objects from yard sales, thrift stores and ultimately started collecting pottery from potters whom I admire. I first starting taking classes in college as a hobby and loved taking workshops over the many years with renowned artists whom I admire such as Julia Galloway, Sunshine Cobb, Steven Hill, Lorna Meaden, Adam Field, and Jill Hinkley, to name but a few. I enjoy creating fun, funky, and functional pottery that will bring a smile to those who use them.
Anne is a self taught mixed media artist who embraces the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi;
a way of living that focuses on finding beauty in the imperfect and peaceful acceptance of the
Anne loves to reclaim, repurpose and re-love small furniture pieces, frames, lamps and trays
with a strong inclination for chairs. She appreciates inspirational words and whimsical images.
She’s passionate about art and community; served as executive director for arts focused
organizations for many years. Now she contributes her event planning and orchestration skills
to the Cortez Cultural Center.