Kari Radasch was born and raised in coastal Maine. She received her BFA from the Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine, and her MFA from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. She has been a resident at the IWCAT program in Tokoname Japan, and Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts. She was an Emerging Artist at the 2004 NCECA in Indianapolis and a demonstrator at the 2010 NCECA in Philadelphia. She was the first potter awarded the Evelyn Shapiro Fellowship at The Clay Studio in Philly. Kari has been a Lecturer in Art and Visual Culture at Bates College, a presenter at Utilitarian Clay V and taught workshops and been a visiting artist at Art Centers and Universities around the Country. Kari currently teaches adjunct at Southern Maine Community College in Portland, Maine. She lives and pots in Westbrook, Maine with her husband Ian Anderson, daughter Ruby May, son Heilo Blue and their dog Max. You can reach Kari at kari@kariradasch.com.

From my Blog

Distractions and Inspirations.

23 April

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The next two days will be spent glazing for my online Mother’s Day sale. It goes live next Wednesday April 30th at noon EST. #radasch #handmadepottery #mothersday

17 April

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Mark your calendars! My online Mothers Day sale will go live Wednesday April 30th at noon EST. www.etsy.com/shop/redware #radasch #mothersday #mothersdaysale #etsy #handmadepottery

15 April

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Ruby is not excited at all about her dance recital costume.


  • Kari

    Mark your calenders my first sale of 2014 will go live on Wednesday April 30th at noon EST. New pots will be fresh out of the kiln and will ship in time for Mothers Day. You can follow this link over to my Etsy page.
    Whenever I get enough work, I have an online sale. I let people know through facebook, instagram, and this website. For those of you who bought something last year, thank you so much for a stellar 2013. My two experimental sales this past holiday season were amazing and sold very quickly. (the last one sold out in 55 minutes) I can only hope to be so lucky in the future. As always I will continue to bring your my very best pots directly from the kiln and ship them quickly to your door wherever that might be.


    Dont be a stranger!

    - Kari