Ceramic Artist and Owner of Mud Dog Pottery, LLC

"A business that arose from my need to share authentic Louisiana inspired artwork that depicted my Christian faith, my Creole culture, and my mission to offer to the community artwork that is personal rather than commercial. "

 - Jena

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Jena M. Sorapuru-Karras

CERAMIC ARTIST

In a world where most art forms, specifically pottery, are mass produced or cookie cutter by design, the creation of wheel thrown pottery has always held me deeply fascinated .

 

As an Alumni of Southeastern Louisiana University with a BA in
Graphic/Multimedia Design, my love for clay developed my junior year in college when I was introduced to the process of turning a simple ball of clay into a piece of functional art.

 

10 years later and I'm still hooked. My passion for clay has now evolved into a business, Mud Dog Pottery, L.L.C.  A business that arose from my need  to share authentic Louisiana inspired artwork that depicted my Christian faith, my Creole culture, and my mission to offer to the community artwork that is personal rather than commercial.

 

The crew of Mud Dog Pottery, LLC, and Jena M. Sorapuru-Karras endearing pets.

The name, however, was inspired by an incident when my rambunctious dogs made a day out of playing and rolling around in clay. Needless to say finding three dogs covered in clay with goofy grins, lolling tongues included, was a test of patience. However, I knew that most days I looked the same way, covered in mud and sporting a goofy grin, hence the name Mud Dog Pottery, L.L.C..

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