California potter Sally Jaffee began her life as a potter in the early seventies at a time, she says, “when many of us were privileged to make career choices from our hearts. We were the generation that prided ourselves on having less in the way of possessions, and more in the way of a spiritual consciousness”. Jaffee chose clay as her expression, and rather than pursue an academic route, she joined a pottery co-op in Seattle: Pottery Northwest, and worked for years alongside other aspiring potters.

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