Team

 

Cori Morenberg, Owner/Teacher

Fulfilling a long-held dream, Cori founded Yonkers Pottery in 2014 as a sanctuary to cultivate community, courage and creativity in clay. She's currently participating in her 2nd year of Steven Hill's Journey Workshop, and has studied ceramics in a wide range of studios, including Greenwich House Pottery, Lehman College, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, and Haystack Mounain School of Crafts. She's also worked as an assistant to  production potter, Teresa Chang. She's currently working on a series of large handbuilt sculptural pots--vases, pedastal bowls, stools, jars and lanterns--having something to do with celebrating life, a longing for community, guiding customs, ritual, and ceremony, and a fascination with ancient cultures, ways and wisdom. She often looks to plant morphology and the ceramics, arts and crafts of traditonal cultures worldwide as design cues for form and surface in her pieces.

 

 

 

Tatjana Kunst, Teacher

Tatjana earned a BFA from Maryland Instutute College of Art with a focus in Ceramics, Sculputure and Glassblowing. She decorates her thrown utilitarian pieces  with motifs and carvings inspired by the natural world. She's currently working toward her MFA and advanced certification in teaching.

 

 

 

Meghan Gardoski, Studio Manager

While completing her BFA in Painting at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Meghan took her first ceramics class. After graduation she continued on her own working in clay, then took an exchange position at Goggleworks, where she worked closely with the studio manager to learn about glazing and firing, and the ins and outs of studio maintenance.

 

 

 

 

Terrice Boone, Teacher/Studio Tech

A native of Mt. Vernon, Terrice earned an AA from Westchester Community College in Performing Arts, a BFA in Studio Art (concentration in Ceramics) and a BA in Dance from Queens College. She’s worked for production potter, Jono Pandolfi, and managed the ceramics department at Mosholu Montefiore Community Center. In her own functional work she prefers a modern look, favoring form over finish.

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