Sarah Jaeger is a studio potter in Helena, Montana. She received a BA in English from Harvard College and a BFA in ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute. She was a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation from 1985-87, and the recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Montana Arts Council. She was a United States Artists Target Fellow in 2006, and in the spring of 2007 she was one of the artists profiled in the PBS documentary Craft in America. Jaeger makes functional porcelain tableware. "I make pots for daily use, so I'm concerned with tactile qualities like weight, balance and proportion, as well as visual qualities. Much of my glaze decoration uses a wax resist technique that allows me to layer richness in the surfaces of the pots. I'm striving for generous forms to suggest that the pots both contain and offer their contents, and for lush surfaces which, I hope, invite touch and use."
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