This Quiet Dust

Lake Forest, IL
Dubhe Carreño, originally from Caracas, Venezuela, moved to the States when she was 18 to pursue a career in dance. She enrolled in a pottery class to relieve stress, and—wouldn’t you know it?—now she’s teaching ceramics at Northeastern University and running a studio of her own. The name “This Quiet Dust” comes from an Emily Dickinson poem about the fleeting yet transformative nature of the human condition (much like the clay Dubhe works with).