After fifteen years as a production potter, Eric Jackson now also teaches pottery and, during the day, raises two young children. Eric and Roxanne Jackson, and their daughters, live in Buda, Texas, where he runs Texas Medicine Pottery. “I make functional pots that are glazed in the classic glazes of ceramic history: celadons, copper reds, temmokus, and shinos. I enjoy the opportunity to use these glazes together, hopefully, in new ways. I also enjoy taking these glazes, that I have enjoyed looking at for so many years, out of museums, and putting them back into people’s hands.