NOVICE POTTER PLACES IN CERAMIC SHOW
Rosanna Barber, an art and writing double major from Bowling, Green, Ohio, came to Bluffton thinking she would be a painter. Then, she took a ceramics class.
“I was blindsided, and I was hooked,” said Barber. “In high school, you take like two weeks of ceramics, and you’re done so I had never actually gotten good at it. I still paint, but having a whole semester made me realize how much I love ceramics.”
At Bluffton, Barber’s skills have grown immensely.