Heath Ceramics designed the pottery used at Chez Panisse. In the midst of COVID-19, the owners struggled to stay creative while facing an existential threat.
When the Bay Area locked down in response to COVID-19, the owners of iconic pottery studio Heath Ceramics found themselves utterly drained of creative energy. It was hard to set the company’s artistic direction or go into the studio to create a new glaze when faced with a looming existential threat. “The question became: How do you be creative, when you’re really worried about whether you can survive?” says co-owner Robin Petravic.
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