Monday, September 21, 2015
The Zuloagas: Juan Daniel Zuloaga Khoyan
Last in this series and the youngest generation of Zuloaga ceramists: Juan Daniel Zuloaga Khoyan.
Born in Paris in 1974 and from the age of four, he lived and continues to live in Segovia with his family.
At the same time that he helps his father, Daniel Zuloaga Olalla, in the workshop, he learns to draw from Angel Cristóbal Higuera, a professor of this subject at the School of Arts at the Casa de los Picos.
After the death of his father in 2000, he continues the work in the studio. For two years he collaborates with the artist and sculptor José María García Moro.
Currently he is trying to master the technique of the potter's wheel under the teaching of Emilio Carrasco, while continuing with the task of keeping alive the artisan workshop of his father Daniel, located in the Plaza de la Merced of Segovia.