BOCO Town from the Historic Turnage Theatre

Jenny Mastin on Ceramic Art - Jay Costello, Singer, Musician

April 12, 2020 Debra Torrence, Steve Barnes, Roland Wyman Season 1 Episode 5
BOCO Town from the Historic Turnage Theatre
Jenny Mastin on Ceramic Art - Jay Costello, Singer, Musician
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Jenny Mastin is a Ceramic Artist
Jenny grew up in the area and attended East Carolina University in fiber arts. 
She took her education to the mountains of NC and over the past 30-years has taught adults and students of varying ages.
Her artistic passion is in sculpture and slab work depicting human and animal characteristics, often mixing in other materials. 
Jenny has exhibited at Seagrove as an invited artists and currently has her work at Chowan Arts Council in Edenton. She will be exhibiting soon at the Arts of the Pamlico Turnage Theatre in downtown Washington where her studio will be based starting this summer. Check out her jennluma clayworks page on Facebook and listen to the podcast about Jenny's life in clay. 

Jay Costello shares his journey in music with BoCo Town -- starting with "getting his his first instrument, an accordion, from his Polish mother at his baptism." 
Infulenced by the music of his era, the 50s and 60s music are his favorites. Jay plays a wide variety of musical instrument and music genres from jazz to traditional music with bands he pulls together for events following in his influencer, Steve Creech's, foot steps. Listen in to Jay share his musical journey with us on BoCo Town, 

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