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Ashley Hise ceramics, sculptural thrown and altered pottery, Duluth, MN artist
Lake superior wild clay, ammonite fossil cup, Ashley Hise ceramics and pottery made in Duluth, MN
~Made in Duluth, MN~

2023 Shows and WOrkshops

Edge Center for the Arts 
June 2023 Solo Exhibition
Opening June 2nd 5-7pm
Bigfork, MN
Grand Marais Arts Festival
July 8th and 9th 
Minnesota Pottery Festival
July 29th and 30th 
Hutchinson, MN
Arts on the Square
August 19th
Waupaca, WI
Wausau Festival of the Arts 
September 9th and 10th
Wausau, WI

Land Acknowledgment:

I am a descendant of both European settlers and Native ancestry in Wisconsin’s Lake Superior region. Most of our indigenous family culture has been lost, in part due to the forced assimilation that affected my great, great grandmother at the Hayward Indian School. I honor and acknowledge the contemporary and ancestral lands of the native communities in this region called home by the Anishinaabeg/Ojibwe/Chippewa and, as recognized by UMD’s land acknowledgement “before them the Dakota and Northern Cheyenne people, and other Native peoples from time immemorial.”

Online Shop updated 12/12/22

work also available at Indigenous First Gallery, Duluth, MN:

Ashley Hise ceramics, pottery, handmade tiles, Duluth Minnesota

  Ashley Hise Ceramics

I am a potter, sculptor and tile maker on the North Shore of Lake Superior in Duluth. A through line of inspiration for  my work has been growth patterns in bones and shells and how those patterns relate to the fluidity of water. I collect clay and find ideas for forms along the rivers and shoreline of our great Gichigami!

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