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Clay Connections

Potluck and Presentation featuring Matthew A. Yanchuk

SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 25 at 6:00pm


Are you a part of the clay community? Join us for our second Clay Connections evening with fellow potters to share food, information and inspiration.Our first Event featuring Katie Zhao was a huge success, with good attendance and great food. This is a relaxed, casual event and it's free to attend, but PLEASE RSVP, so we know how many seats are needed. We hope you'll join us. 

Friday, October 25th at 6:00pm 
Bring food to share and enjoy.

Slideshow and Lecture by Matthew A. Yanchuk

Have you been thinking about selling your work? Artists who choose to sell as their main source of income face unique challenges. They are called on to play many different roles at once, such as business owner, artist, self-advocate, sales person, web master, etc. It can be confusing and overwhelming to say the least.

Matt has been a working New York Artist, selling his work for over 30 years. His work has been featured in Artful Home,, Etsy and attends the New York Gift Show to sell to restaurant and shop buyers.

This evening's intention is not to "teach you to sell" but to give you an insiders view of the pitfalls, challenges and success Matt has had on his journey as a working artist in New York.


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Matthew A. Yanchuk Ceramics


"Challenging myself to create is part of the process. Learning new ways to translate and interpret the medium and ideas is an exciting adventure."

Over the years, Matthew A. Yanchuk has explored all kinds of ceramic processes and materials, from earthenware to porcelain, functional to decorative—and learned much along the way. Whether creating work through wheel throwing, hand building, or slip casting, Yanchuk is inspired by his surroundings, memories, and interests.

Yanchuk's pieces take on aspects of architecture and fabric construction, using texture as a decorative touch. The forms that he produces come from a very organic point of view, utilizing the structure to capture the light going through the work. There is an illusion that the piece may or may not be functional—it is both at the same time. 


Matt's links

Website:        Instagram: @mayware       Esty Shop: Mayware Ceramics 

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