Paulus Berensohn, Penland, North Carolina, 2003. Photographed by True Kelly.
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Paulus Berensohn

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An excerpt from Paulus Berensohn's book, printed in Vol. 1, No. 1 of Studio Potter magazine, 1972
An excerpt from Paulus Berensohn's book "Finding One's Way with Clay," before its publishing in November, 1972, by Simon and Schuster.
Paulus Berensohn and students with Empty Bowl pots.
During the summer of 1998 I helped organize and was a guest artist in a two-week workshop that Gerry Williams taught with his younger friends John Hartom and Lisa Blackburn at the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina.
Drawing by Paulus Berensohn.
I could feel my roots moving into the earth from the soles of my feet, my spine's sure spiral towards the sun, my skin's slow dissolve. And in my treetops this gentle wind kept whispering, "Everything is art when you are dressed for it."