About Joan Molloy Slack

Joan an artist, teacher, and community activist for decades. In her art, she works in a variety of media, all with common themes. She lives in the forest along the Wisconsin River, and is often working on Madeline Island in Lake Superior. She is also a dual citizen-Irish American-and frequently teaches and leads small group tours in Ireland, Scotland and France. The landscape, water, mythology and history of these places find their way into her art.       Raven sculptures, Green spirits, women in carved clay boats, functional pottery…all are areas expressed with clay. She also creates hand-felted pictorial art, as well as “eco-prints”, botanical prints on fabric and paper….. all reflect her love of place, color and story.    

A long held fascination with archaeology has led Joan to study the pottery and sculpture created by prehistoric societies, through a Masters Degree program and in workshops overseas. She specializes in creating replica pottery from ancient America and Old Europe.

See currently offered small group tours she offers and read her travel blog at www.authentictravelandtours.com

Joan frequently teaches at John C. Campbell Folk School, and will be offering a Pictorial Felt Class in November 2019. See the information at www.folkschool.org

To contact Joan regarding her art, teaching or tours, call 715-550-0858 or e-mail joanslack33@gmail.com

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