Bob Isenberg, Slippery Rock, PA
I’ve been blessed to be able to do what I love for a living. There’s so much you can make with ceramics. Imagination is the limit.
Bob’s imagination has given form to thousands of stoneware objects, and inspiration to students and visitors to Camp Lutherlyn where he is a resident artist. On the shelves of his woodland studio, dozens of leather-hard pieces await their turn in the kiln, while he bends at his potter’s wheel with practiced hands.
After working for 20-plus years in ceramics, it’s still as exciting and challenging as it was when I started my first class at Slippery Rock University. Working with all the folks at Stream Restoration making Clean Creek products has just been icing on the cake. It's a real honor to be involved in any way with their work and what they're doing for Pennsylvania!