Cherokee Street Ceramics are created by Jeremy Segel-Moss on Cherokee Street in St. Louis, MO. Segel-Moss is a St. Louis potter, musician and community organizer and is proud to call St. Louis home. Please enjoy the website and reach out if you have any questions or need specific pieces created just for you.
In the November 2022 issue of Sauce Magazine there are two features that included Cherokee Street Ceramics. One article features potters who make dishes for local restaurants and another that reviews Akar who uses many Cherokee Street Ceramics dishes.
Beginning of article...
Hi Jeremy, please kick things off for us with an introduction to yourself and your story.
I am a St. Louis native who has spent the last 20 years as a St. Louis musician, mostly in a group called The Bottoms Up Blues Gang. Before becoming a professional musician, I spent several years in Washington State, where I participated in an intense education on ceramics. During the pandemic, when live music could not happen, I returned to my roots as a ceramic artist. I built a fully working studio in the basement of our house and got to work. During the pandemic years, I’ve started to supply restaurants such as Akar and Indo with plates and bowls. I’ve also started partnerships with Maven Candle company in Maplewood and Flowers and Weeds on Cherokee Street. Much of my work now is a mix between private orders, businesses, and monthly farmers’ markets.
By Pat Eby Special to the Post-Dispatch
The spare, controlled forms and restrained palette that artist Jeremy Segel-Moss creates in the functional pottery at his Cherokee Street Ceramics studio now graces tables at popular restaurants such as Akar, Indo and Milque Toast.
His custom pieces also include a handsome lidded round dish, perfectly sized to hold a disc of pressed tea, made for Teatopia. And when Maven Bath & Candle approached Segel-Moss to make refillable holders for its hand-poured candles, he readily agreed. His nearest neighbor on Cherokee Street, Flowers & Weeds, buys his pots and vases to hold plants and floral arrangements....