Jeannine wants people to use her pots and ponder about the wonders of nature. In doing so, she hopes to encourage them to preserve and protect it.
Jeannine Kenyon is a 2015 graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania where she obtained a BA of Fine Arts and a minor in Art History. Shortly after graduation she started apprenticing under Hughes Pottery in Tionesta, PA. In 2017 she accepted a position as Artist in Residence at Core Clay in Cincinnati, OH, where she teaches beginner classes and helps run the community studio. She is also currently the Exhibition Coordinator for the Cincinnati Clay Alliance.
Jeannine is the owner and artisan of Lanky Fingers Pottery. Her work is reflective of nature and its animal inhabitants. Clay is an archaic medium that she modernizes with her use of stencils and graphic images, creating unique functional artistic works. Jeannine wants people to use her pots and ponder about the wonders of nature. In doing so, she hopes to encourage them to preserve and protect it.
You can find her works for sale at a number of galleries in Cincinnati, including the Cincinnati Nature Center, as well as in the Akron area at Clip Art Salon and Gallery, and online at her Etsy Shop, Lanky Fingers Pottery.