Arline Corkum has been involved with pottery since 1974. She attended both Redlands University
in Redlands, California and John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina. Her award-winning work has been
featured in galleries across the country and has appeared on the covers of Interiors and Sources Magazine.
In 1990, she became interested in working with copper and silver. She has used these metals to design a line of jewelry
and embellish her pottery. She named a line of work the "ANASAZI", which means The Ancient Ones, as the Anasazi
were the first Indians to work with copper, clay and weaving. She combined the three to create very unique works of
In 2000, the world of hot glass opened up to her! Working with dichroic and Bullseye glass,
she designs beautiful and unusual jewelry, also making large platters and masks and iridescent wall art. Her one of
a kind waterfalls of glass are hanging in galleries in North Carolina and Georgia.
in 2012, she is working with PMC (precious metals clay) which is .999 Fine Silver. She embellishes it with dichroic
glass, pearls and semi-precious stones to create a new line of jewelry and silver boxes.