Where to buy
Thank you to all who shopped our holiday online event "Mug-Mania & More" this year! What a blast!
Am so grateful – and so busy wrapping and packing all of your purchases. Thank YOU!
A donation of $5 from EVERY sale will be made to Camp and Woolsey Fire Relief through Rotary.
Where to learn
Workshop registration now open for first sessions of 2019!
Join us for a two-day workshop, or bring your own group. Great for a creative outing with friends or family groups.
More about workshops.
Where to visit
Visitors are welcome to my studio/gallery, now at 1601 Main Street in Cambria, Ca. It's across the street from The Black Cat Restaurant and Mezzo Italian Bakery/Restaurant.
During a typical week, the gallery is open Thursday-Sunday.
Thank you to all who visited San Luis Obispo Museum of Art for my show!
My solo show at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art was such an honor.
Entitled "By the Sea," the exhibition featured new work, as well as pieces on loan from private collections. Grateful to all who let me borrow their pieces for the show.
"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