Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Interview with Molly on Red Clay Rambler today!

Ben Carter of Red Clay Rambler interviewed me amidst the hustle and bustle of NCECA back in March. It was a really great conversation and I am so excited to be able to share it with you! Ben asked me about my work and much more, leading to a conversation with me that you have not heard anywhere else!

About Ben Carter:
With a MFA in ceramics from the University of Florida, Ben Carter has got to be one of the most well-traveled studio potters I have ever met. Ben recently relocated from Shanghai China to Santa Cruz CA where he is working on building his studio.

I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to Ben's podcast over the last year or two. His conversations are current and exciting. Ben is truly digging deep into the issues of being a studio potter and ceramist. I encourage you to add him to your playlists!

Here is the link to listen to the podcast interview:

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Chasing Paper Collaboration

I am so excited to announce my collaboration with Chasing Paper. This summer my removable wallpaper will be available through their site and retailers to boot. Below is just a sneak peek at what will be coming!
Peel it, stick it, love it. Chasing Paper is beautiful, well-designed wallpaper that will stick to nearly any surface. Go ahead and get creative! They’ve got you covered.
Chasing Paper was born in the hustling sparkle of New York City, but its roots are in the Heartland. Created from conversations with serial movers, stylish mamas, renters who feel like anything but, DIYers, and, of course, commitment-phobes, Chasing Paper is simple to hang and easy to remove.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Molly Hatch's Physic Garden in Atlanta Journal

I just wanted to share with you a recent piece in the Atlanta Journal about my upcoming installation for the High Museum--I am getting excited for the long drive to Atlanta and having the piece up!

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Molly Hatch in Harper's Bazaar!

I just got my copy of the March Issue of Harper's Bazaar and I am so delighted to see my work on page 392! The article I am included in is a lovely feature on the home of my favorite clients ever--Keith Johnson and Glen Senk. The couple recently bought and renovated a West Village home and did such an incredible job. I am flattered to be a part of their home and the feature!

Plates Plates Plates!

With just under two weeks until my departure for Atlanta to install "Physic Garden", there's been a lot of glazing and firing going on! Just about every horizontal surface in the studio is covered in plates.
A batch of plates getting their first coat of clear glaze. Each plate gets three coats. The backs are glazed too!

Each plate is coded with letters and numbers so I know its position within the grid.  After the glaze firing, the plates get a wire loop secured with a metal crimp to hang them from. 

And a sneak peek at a little cluster of four finished glazed plates!