Former college ceramics instructor Rebecca Koop offers classes in her Back Door Pottery studio in Kansas City’s Northeast neighborhood. “Art was just something very natural to me,” she says. “I like creating something out of nothing.”
Former college ceramics instructor Rebecca Koop offers classes in her Back Door Pottery studio in Kansas City’s Northeast neighborhood. “Art was just something very natural to me,” she says. “I like creating something out of nothing.” Karen Ridder Special to The Star
Former college ceramics instructor Rebecca Koop offers classes in her Back Door Pottery studio in Kansas City’s Northeast neighborhood. “Art was just something very natural to me,” she says. “I like creating something out of nothing.” Karen Ridder Special to The Star

Ceramicist Rebecca Koop helps others build with their hands

March 31, 2017 12:00 PM

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