Loretta Dinner Napkins


Jason Bige Burnett
Loretta Dinner Napkins | Set of 2
Screen printed on 100% cotton
19H x 19W inches
Item # 112-04

2 in stock

SKU: 112-04 Category: Tags: ,


Heat set and machine wash cold, tumble dry low.


Spruce Pine, NC

CLAY and TEXTILES | Functional pottery and screen printed fabrics

Penland Affiliation | Penland Core Fellow 2009-2011, Penland Instructor 2012, 2017

Artist Information | Studio artist; education: BFA Western Kentucky University (KY); teaching; Odyssey Clayworks, (NC), exhibitions; Belger Crane Yard (MO), MudFire Gallery (GA), Red Lodge Clay Center (MT), Galerie Hertz (KY), Santa Fe Clay (NM), Clay AKAR (IA), residencies: Archie Bray Foundation (MT), Belger Crane Yard Studios (MO), Northern Clay Center (MN), Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (TN)

Artist Statement | Jason Bige Burnett’s artwork is a desire . . . a desire to spark wonder and joy pulled straight from the crayon colors of children’s drawings and Saturday morning cartoons . . . a desire for the nostalgia of summer camp cheers and military school cadences . . . a desire to exist in a world in which drag queen’s influence larger-than-life aesthetics beyond sparkly eyeshadow and shiny lips. He believes that common utilitarian and decorative objects can contain such overwhelming desire and he imbues them with such energy through explosive patterns, emotional narrative, bold lines and illustrative colors. He hopes that these designs ignite the conscious and subconscious self through daily ritual and reflection.

Technical Information | Clay: Hand-built ceramics with image transfers. Textiles: quilted and screen printed fabric.
Currently, Jason is a long term resident artist (2019-2021) at the Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana.