My work celebrates the pleasure of creating and using handmade objects. I offer useful and joyful objects for the home that reflect the beauty of the ebbs and flows of daily life.
Working with clay, I seek to incorporate forms, tessellating patterns and imagery that offer connections to the landscapes and environments where I feel grounded and inspired.
I work with functional forms exploring bold pattern design and contrasting textures.
My pottery is characterized by sensuous curves and classic refined lines reminiscent of ancient Minoan pots, as well as balanced shapes and textures that invite people to take my pieces off the shelf and connect with the clay and my process.
As a clay artist and with a background in interior designer, I enjoy creating hand built functional and non-functional decorative pieces and sculptural work.
I create classic, hand-thrown ceramics that serve as a canvas for abstract surface design. Elegant yet functional, my pieces will add beauty to your home.
I am a ceramic artist and mixed media painter. My designs explore form and surface. I hand build sculptural pieces with clay in an expressive style.
I enjoy working with different clay bodies and surface techniques as I explore the seemingly endless possibilities of clay.
I enjoy experimenting with ceramic solutions to some of life’s small problems. Most often, this leads to ceramic pieces that are functional. Sometimes, they serve more than one purpose.
Inspired by travel, textiles and architectural form, I create functional ware, ceramic jewelry and wall art that are rich with surface texture, patterns and contemporary design.
She works using a variety of techniques from wheel-throwing to hand-building, electric to raku and wood firing.
I have a fascination for all aspects of the ceramics process, and draw on my chemistry background to inform my craft. I am focused on functional ware thrown on the wheel, but I also love handbuilding.