Hunter and May Pottery

Hannah May is currently the Education Lead (and previously Lead Art Educator) at Winrock International’s Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub—a 20,000+-square-foot non-profit makerspace – where she manages education programs, staff, and art studios. May previously worked as a ceramics instructor at a number of art spaces in Arkansas. Originally from Mountain View, Arkansas, May attended UA Little Rock as a Donaghey Scholar from 2007 to 2012 and received an undergraduate degree in studio art, emphasizing in ceramics.

Logan Hunter studied drawing and ceramics at UA Little Rock and received his undergraduate degree in studio art in 2012. During his time there, he built the university’s first wood-fired kiln. He has taught figure drawing at the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts and has taught youth ceramics and art classes at the Arts Center of the Grand Prairie since 2012. Hunter currently creates works in both ceramics and drawing, participating in local and national exhibitions.

Hunter and May live outside Little Rock city limits, where they have renovated a home studio. Their work is fired in gas soda kilns, electric kilns, and wood-fired kilns.