Jade Douso is a ceramicist based in Nashville, Tennessee.
Jade's clay education began early on in art class while attending public school in Tallahassee, Florida. She continued to work with clay in her higher education at the University of North Florida, but graduated with a degree in Communications in 2013.
After college she furthered her clay education outside of a classroom by apprenticing under Nancy Jefferson, a Florida-based raku artist.
As a studio apprentice, she learned how to mix glazes, use alternative firing methods and most importantly-- to love clay.
Jade relocated to Nashville in 2017, where she continues to work on functional tableware and also experiments with colorful design and sgraffito. Ceramic wares by Jade can be seen in action at Nashville restaurants Josephine and Butcher and Bee.