Peter Glarborg first encountered the fascinating world of ceramics in 1976 in a college course. He took additional ceramics courses in 1985 during a brief return to academia, but his life experiences led him away from clay until 2009, when he built a raku kiln and started making pots again. His years away from clay were spent working in Spokane’s broadcasting industry, and he is currently an afternoon host on Spokane Public Radio. Pete teaches at The Clay Connection in Spokane, and is mostly interested in functional ceramics – cups, bowls, and pots that people use – but he has made many strictly decorative pieces as well.
View more of Peter’s work on Facebook then stop in to see Peter’s work at Art on the Ave.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 29th. Festivities begin at noon and extend into the evening (live music until 9 pm).