Muddie Buddies Instructors
Lucinda Ericksen, founder of White Buffalo Pottery, studied pottery at the University of Utah. She has had her own studio for about 15 years. During her travels abroad she fell in love with the old world pottery of Europe, especially the Italian hand-painted majolica. She has been teaching youth and adults pottery in her home studio for 10 years. She is excited for the new Muddie Buddies on 500 west in Bountiful, where she can expand her classes and share her passion for pottery.
Scott Bradbury, a lifelong Bountiful resident, graduated from the University of Utah in 1986 with a BFA emphasis on 3D and graduated from Weber State College with a secondary teaching certificate. He began teaching pottery in 1987 at Bingham Middle School. In 1992, he began teaching at Bountiful High School and taught there until 2018. In addition to pottery, Scott also enjoys bee keeping, wood working, metal working, jewelry making, glass working, welding,silk screen printing, and 3D printing.
Mary Anne Loveless
Mary Anne Loveless is a mixed media artist with a long history in polymer clay. For the last four years she has added ceramics to her credits, as she explores barrel firing, slip trailing, and majolica. Her polymer work has been featured in several publications, including Polymer Clay Daily, Polymer Arts Magazine, and Polymer World. She was a finalist for the International Polymer Cllay Association's Award in Malta in 2014. She is more than thrilled to be a part of Muddie Buddies!
More Instructors Coming Soon!
As Muddie Buddies Studio continues to grow, we'll continue to have a need for more instructors.
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