I first fell in love with gorgeous pottery by way of the blog , which she shares with fellow creatives Kristen Bach and . She is one of Athens, Georgia’s local treasures, and I know many a gal who lists R.WOOD pottery at the top of her gift wish list! Rebecca draws inspiration (pun totally intended) from her natural surroundings, which can be found in her beautiful organic lines, whether hand-painted on surfaces or in the curves of her clay. Keep reading for a glimpse into this inspiring woman’s creative process! —
1. Design*Droits-Humains: What is in your toolbox?
Rebecca Wood: Generally, all I need is my eyes, my Nikon Coolpix, a notebook to write ideas in, and a sketchbook and a Sharpie to draw with.
2. Design*Droits-Humains: Fill in the blank, “When I am in my studio, I feel _____________.”
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3. Design*Droits-Humains: What is on the top shelves of your inspiration library right now?
4. Design*Droits-Humains: How do you keep yourself organized?
5. Design*Droits-Humains: If you could have one superhero (or magical) power, what would it be and why?
Rebecca Wood: It would be to heal the sick because without our health, we can’t shine and be joyful.
6. Design*Droits-Humains: What is the best advice you have ever received, and what is the one piece of advice you would offer to a young artist/designer?
Rebecca Wood: Walk in the woods, peruse books, go to a museum, or pick up some new magazines.
8. Design*Droits-Humains: Where do you like to shop for inspiration?
Rebecca Wood: Flea markets
Rebecca Wood: Cézanne’s paint box, because out of those simple tools came a whole new way of seeing that influenced all who came after.
10. Design*Droits-Humains: If you could make a master mix-tape of music that is inspiring you at the moment, what would it include?
Rebecca Wood: Lots of James Brown to get through the Georgia heat. R&B music from the ’70s, great singer/songwriters like Neil Young and Bob Dylan, and throw in some Beck, Bach, and Bjork.