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Janet Burner, a Tucson native, has been working with clay for more than forty years and has taught ceramics at the Tucson Museum of Art since 1972. She recently became a founder of The Romero House Potters, Inc. a non-profit corporation which has taken over the management of TMA’s ceramics facility. Janet’s studio and gallery, Sabino  Stoneware Pottery, has moved to 1019 N. Jacobus Ave. Janet’s recent work is largely altered, repoussé, pushing out from the inside, forms of nudes and animals. She also accepts commissions, orders for custom dinnerware, maintains a wedding registry, and conducts workshops.

“My sculptures are organic in nature. The human figure, as well as animal forms, fascinate my imagination. Smooth surfaces, movement, contrasts - they speak differently to each person and I like that!”

“Functional pottery will always be a part of my persona as a potter. I love the feel of clay as it is created by my hands into the vessel of my choosing.”

call for appointment... (520) 624-5201

visit Janet at Sabino Stoneware Pottery, 1019 N. Jacobus Avenue, Tucson, Az.  85705

web design/ Janet Burner

photography/ Joshua Barnes, Janet Burner, & Ron Lisney

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