Linnis Blanton’s latest works literally turned his creative process upside down. The Beaumont ceramist drew on his Native American heritage to transform his pots into sculptural landscapes that are both intimate and epic.
Blanton once said he was working on the wheel on a pot, pushing from the outside to twist the wet clay and create his iconic organic shapes, when a friend and local sculptor David Cargill looked inside. and said, “It’s better inside. ”