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Megan teaches private lessons, children's classes, and does in-school visits to local schools.

Contact Megan for special orders or visit Broadway Clay Studio & Gallery in Frankfort, KY.

Birthday parties, private events, weddings, and more. Collaborate with Megan to organize a fun and creative day.

Megan Sauter

Ceramics

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Biography

    Megan Sauter, of Frankfort, KY, graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in studio art from Georgetown College. Throughout her undergraduate career she developed a deep appreciation for the ceramic art form. This encouraged her to study sculpture and ceramics abroad at universities in both Italy and Japan. Her Italian courses specialized in ceramic bas-relief tiles and marble sculpting. She continued her ceramic education at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Penland School of Crafts, and Miami University’s Craft Summer Program.

           

       Megan is currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts at Hood College in the ceramic arts. She travels to Maryland about once a month for intensive weekend or week classes in glaze/clay chemistry, hand building, sculpture, history of ceramics, and throwing. After obtaining her MFA, Megan plans to teach college ceramic courses in the evenings. 

       

         Not only is Megan a working artist, but she is also an art educator. She received her Master of Arts in art education at the University of Kentucky. She strongly believes that the arts and humanities are a vital component to a person’s well-rounded education and developing a positive outlook on life. Megan is listed on the Kentucky Arts Council’s Teaching Artists Directory and has taught at multiple community centers such as Broadway Clay, the Living Arts and Science Center, and Kentucky Mudworks. 

CLIENTS

The Newman's Wedding

Zach and Sarah  decided to have something extra special and unique at their wedding ceremony. A Native American Navajo tradition is to have a marriage vase  gifted to the couple at the wedding ceremony. The marriage vase is built with two spouts to represent the two individuals coming together as one. The handle that connects the spouts symbolizes the circle of life. During the ceremony Zach and Rachel poured two different colored glazes over the vase. Megan fired the vase after the ceremony and now they have something to remind them of their special day. 

RATES

Megan works at Broadway Clay Studio & Gallery in Frankfort, KY. Visit to take a lesson with her or purchase new work.

Our studio is open 6 days a week:

 

Monday - Friday 10am - 7pm

Saturday - 11am - 5pm

 

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Ready to book a session or commission a piece? 

 

Complete the contact form or email Megan at MSauter.AllThingsClay@gmail.com

 

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