Oregon Art Beat

James Robinson

This southern Oregon sculptor molds his figures of clay. Jim Robinson digs his own clay from local sources such as Mt. Ashland. There is both science and art to Jim’s work. Whether it is functional pottery or sculpture, Jim puts the same amount of thought and energy into his pieces. Watch as Jim readies one of his polar bears for the kiln and listen to his enthusiastic sense of joy as he talks about his art.

First Broadcast: 2002
Producer: Mike Midlo


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Chris Coleman; Dave Carter Tribute; James Robinson

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #401
Original Broadcast: October 3, 2002