Autumn Borts

Born in 1967, Autumn Borts grew up learning to make pottery from her mother, Linda Cain, and grandmother, Mary Cain. Her first creations were animal figurines and small pots. As she grew, so did her styles and designs. She says Nature has provided her greatest inspiration but there's an old Georgia O'Keefe poster in her studio that jogs her inspiration when nothing else is working. Autumn learned to work with different colors of clay and her pieces now often have four or five different colors accentuating her intricate designs.

Tammy Garcia is Autumn's sister.

Nine pieces in a black nativity
Black nativity with nine pieces
3 1/4 in H by 1 1/2 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
Parrot jar
Formed, carved and painted parrot jar
4 1/4 in H by 4 1/2 in Dia
Pottery photos courtesy of Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery