Keather Lindman (Plymouth, Minnesota) is a committed art teacher, as passionate about her students as she is about her own practice. She holds a BFA in art education and studio art, with a minor in special education from Minnesota State University, Moorhead. Lindman creates collages of imagery upon the surface of her functional wares, inspired by the tradition of still-life painting, or memento mori, contrasting the abundance of service with the finality of death.
Emerging Artist Residencies
The Emerging Artist Residency programs—the Fogelberg Studio Fellowship and the Anonymous Artist Studio Fellowship —are designed to provide emerging ceramic artists with an opportunity to be in residence for one year at Northern Clay Center, where they can develop their own work, as well as exchange ideas and knowledge with other ceramic artists. The 2018 recipients of the Fogelberg Studio Fellowship in the exhibition are Maia Homstad and Keather Lindman. The 2018 recipients of the Anonymous Artist Studio Fellowship in the exhibition are Soojin Choi and Peter Ronan.