Laura Kolinski-Schultz was born in Lakewood, Ohio and grew up in Ohio and Marietta, Georgia. She has had a life-long interest in Art and holds a B.A from Mount Union College and a B.S. in Art Education from Kent State University. In addition, she has many hours of graduate study in Art History and Art Education from KSU. Her specialty area is ceramic art, and she started her business, TerraForms Pottery in 1996. In 1996, 2001, and 2003 Laura had the opportunity to study with Taiwanese Artists Yih Wen Kuo and Ah Leon at the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina. In 2003 she changed the name of her business to TerraKi Teaware. She is a member of the Canton Ceramic Artists Guild, Ohio Designer Craftsmen and the Potters Council.
Making a spout in my home studio, 2007
Currently Laura works with clay and teaches pottery in her home studio in Jackson Township and atThe Canton Museum of Art. She has taught art at CMA since 1989, shows her work with the Canton Ceramic Artist's Guild and participates in local art exhibits.
Delicata Ewer, 2016
Ah Leon's Workshop Penland School of Craft - 2003
The Master at Work, Penland School of Craft - 2001