Detroit artist, Susuannah Goodman, spends much of her time teaching enrichment programs around the city. She helps children find their own creative spark from molding clay to repurposing recycled goods. Susannah sells a lot of her pieces in local coffee shops, galleries, and online. When it comes to her own work, she told me: “There are two kinds of pottery in this world: the kind that gets broken in the dish drain, and the kind that breaks other pots in the dish drain. I prefer to make the latter.” To Susannah, the sturdiness of Carhartt work clothes is similar to the sturdiness of her own pottery.
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