Megan Mayall served as GAC’s fifth Resident Potter. Her term was extended from one to two years, due to the loss of time during Covid-19 closures of 2020.
When the pandemic put everything on hold, “art took center stage”, says Mayall. She explored other ways to continue making, including playing with primitive firing pits, crochet and painting. These endeavors, plus additional time in the studio, have resulted in functional works that focus on new shapes and form, primarily in porcelain. She loves creating teapots, focusing on the minute details that lead to classic, timeless creations.