Jim Alworth


Paducah, Kentucky

About the Artist

I got started in ceramics in college to get my art credit to graduate college. This impulse decision to spend a semester getting my hands covered in mud has turned into a love of working with clay. Over the years I have enjoyed working in a variety of studio spaces, from a shared studio to working out of my basement. My current studio space is in a portion of a carriage house here in Paducah.

About the Work

The majority of my work is focused on well-crafted pieces for daily use. I explore shape and color in my work that will grab your eye. In addition to functional ceramics, I enjoy making clay creatures that will bring a smile to your face. Currently, my time is spent filling orders for my business, Studio 2 Ceramics, where we make state mugs.

Kijsa Housman | Artist | Paducah Creative & Cultural Council

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Opportunities Desired

  • Teaching Opportunities
  • Commissions
  • Corporate Gifts/Wholesale

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