Laura Beth Fox-Ezell is a potter who makes feminist-inspired mugs and is also a librarian who teaches pottery classes for young children. She has been married to Benjamin Fox-Ezell for three years, who is a woodworker and barista at Spencer’s Coffee. The two live as artists out in the country in Bowling Green with their four dogs and two cats. Laura Beth was inspired to incorporate feminism into her art because of the pottery she made for sexual assault survivors at Hope Harbor.
“The inspiration of calling my pottery ‘The Women of Water and Stone’ because women are so strong and always carry the weight of themselves along with the weight of others,” Laura Beth said.