Based in Kansas City, Irma Starr is a world-renowed potter who creates collectible works of art that is modeled after 17th-century style of pottery. Every piece of work is unique, and can be found at leading museums such as the Nelson Atkins-Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Plimouth Plantation. She is accomplished in all of the classic glazing techniques: combing, feathering, marbling, and slip-trailing. Starr has been commissioned by private connoisseurs, museums, companies, and the White House to create commemorative pieces.
Irma Starr working on the Commemorative plate for the Kansas City Public Library.