J. Davis Studios

John first became interested in ceramics while watching his grandmother produce delicate figurines when he was a young boy. He’s never been far from home – his first studio was an abandoned adobe on his grandparents’ land, and he bought his first kiln when he graduated high school and rented a local building in town that had a few advantages on the abandoned adobe, such as running water and electricity. Before he’d finished college, John had purchased the building and opened a gallery.