A Bowl A Day – Jan McKeachie Johnston – connecting humanity and art

wood fired pottery Jan McKeachie Johnston

Jan McKeachie johnston

Jan McKeachie Johnston’s pots always stand on their own.  She makes artwork that is both meant to be used and to be displayed.  Jan and her husband, Randy Johnston, fire in a Japanese wood fired kiln that takes 60 hours from beginning to end of its cycle.  This potter’s work is in several museums, private collections, and has been shown in exhibitions across North America.