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Heather Law was raised in rural Northern California.

In 2004, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Chico. After graduating, she spent several years as an apprentice at Hoyman-Browe pottery studio in Ukiah, California. From 2007-2009 she attended graduate school in Rochester, New York, at the School of American Crafts at Rochester Institute of Technology, where she obtained a Master’s of Fine Art degree with a concentration in Ceramic Sculpture.


Currently she is a studio production artist and small business owner in Ukiah, CA. Law’s work is a social commentary on American consumerism, personal identity through material goods, and the waste that material consumption creates in our commodity culture. Her work is a tangible and direct representation of mass consumerism/waste and her molds are a friendly reusable reminder of the importance of being aware of our carbon footprint.

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