Pottery made by hand –
Where am I?
The move to my new home studio is complete! It's such an exciting time for me, and I am eager to show and tell.
I now have a separate “throwing studio” with my two wheels and tools in a re-purposed greenhouse in the garden. The kiln room is done and the sink has been installed in the glaze room.
Though I no longer have the retail shop and showroom, I’ll be offering more online and expanding collections with galleries and shops.
JUST ANNOUNCED! My two-day workshops will be held at a large art room at Cambria Center for the Arts. You can register now for sessions in August and September. Click here for workshop info and registration.
I hope you'll follow along on this new road in my journey as a maker.
"One of the most animated and detailed ceramist in the United States."
- Richard Lee, Cambria • CA
"I wanted to let you know that the duck platter arrived safely! It already has a home in my kitchen. If our travels ever bring us back to Cambria, we will definitely stop by your studio again!"
- Carrie Anne Calvo-Hahn, West Trenton, NJ
“Just want to let you know how much I love my ‘kissing fishes’ mug! It has supplanted my favorite green coffee cup I've been using for over a decade… I so love your artistic sensibility. Thank you for letting me make it part of my everyday life.”
– Cecile Callan, Staatsburg, NY
"Your creation rests proudly and prominently, overseeing all from the business end of our kitchen. It will move on down for use during gatherings. THANK YOU!"
- Christine Gibbens, San Luis Obispo • CA
"You are the best of teachers. You opened me to a new technique without insisting I do it your way. You made it easy to ask for advice and you were wonderful in your instruction as well as problem solving. I ultimately made a piece that I feel is my own but only with your instruction and guidance could I have done it.
I didn't do something that looks like your work; but I internalized your process to look like my work--what a gift you have."
– Lucie Ryan, Cambria, CA