STAR — STARworks resident ceramic artists Camille Morin and Kenneth Tinklenberg will present slides and discuss their work during artist talks at STARworks, 100 Russell Drive, Star, on Wednesday, March 21, at 5:30 p.m.

Artist talks are free and open to the public. Beer from Four Saints Brewing Company, based out of Asheboro, will be available for purchase.

Camille Morin began working on the potter’s wheel at age 14. She earned a BFA in ceramics from the University of Tennessee and has worked in multiple studios since. She is the former glaze director at District Clay, located in Washington, D.C.

Morin incorporates nostalgic images into her work through the use of a photocopy transfer method onto porcelain. Wheel-thrown, hand-built and slip-cast forms are finished with an art nouveau-inspired palette of original glazes from recipes culled through decades of experience and testing.

Kenneth Tinklenberg grew up in the mountains of Flagstaff, Ariz., where he developed a love for the outdoors and ceramic art. He received his undergraduate degree in ceramics at Northern Arizona University. Focusing on atmospheric wood and soda firing, he has worked to create a unique style balancing elegance with function.

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STARworks is located just off I-73/74 in northern Montgomery County.