Lindsey is a ceramic artist living and working in Helena, Montana. In her free time, she can be found in the studio, hanging out with her cats, or crocheting rugs.
Cole Collier received his BA in Art with an emphasis in Ceramics from the University of Southern Indiana. With a diverse background in technology, education and ceramics, he currently works in multiple capacities across The Bray. His love of all things clay began in the kitchen and in his work continues to explore the connections between utilitarian tableware and the rituals that surround the preparation and presentation of a shared meal.
Dominick Vanderlip was born in Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY in 1997. He was raised by two artists in Los Angeles, CA and went to school at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT. He has exhibited in group shows in Los Angeles, CA, Oakland, CA, Helena, MT and Bozeman, MT. In 2019 Vanderlip was commissioned to do a mural at B-Hive Collective in Livingston, MT. Now residing in Helena Montana Vanderlip works at the Archie Bray Foundation Clay Business, and as an assistant for wood fire potter Tara Wilson. While painting in the free time, Vanderlip’s time making bounces back and forth between clay and paint creating an interesting dynamic through both.
A working potter and lover of technical ceramic information, Todd Pentico has been answering all types of technical questions at the Bray since 2015. Pentico holds an MFA in ceramics from University of Arkansas School of Art. He enjoys working with artists at The Bray, and its location in Montana feeds his lifelong obsession with trout fishing.
Jon Bashioum is an active studio artist and holds an M.F.A. from Montana State University. Throughout his professional development as a ceramicist, Bashioum has advanced his knowledge on operations for woodfired kilns and other technical processes in the ceramic arts.