Calibrating Color at Alfred

Delighted to have a piece in the Calibrating Color exhibition curated by Kate Doody and Brian Taylor —in conjunction with their new book GLAZE— at Alfred University’s Cohen Gallery. My jar is representing purple in this vibrant show for which each artist’s piece is predominantly one color of the rainbow. Click the postcard below for exhibiting artists and […]

Sherwin-Williams “Colorful Personalities” Q & A

Since I think about color kind of constantly for both my pots and our home, it was such a delight to receive an email from a lovely freelance writer who not only works with Sherwin-Williams online publications about paint and color for design professionals, but also owns a couple of my pots! Beth Rutledge contacted me […]

The Color Odyssey

I could assert that the first characteristic most people notice when laying eyes on most anything, including a handmade piece of pottery, is its color. The color can compel you to stop and note the form, drawing you in to glimpse the details, or drive you to keep on walking if its hue doesn’t strike […]

Spring Studio Sale

Handmade for springtime! My Annual Spring Studio Sale is next weekend! I hope my fellow New Englanders can swing by to check out my studio and shop gallery-quality pots, plus “aesthetic” and “minorly flawed” seconds*. Everything that’s listed in my online shop is available, plus much more. Early birds claim the best finds! Sat, May […]

Pollinators, Flora & Fauna

  Just in time for Mother’s Day*, graduation, wedding, and ‘just because’ springtime shopping and gifting, I have updated my online shop with all things spring. I’ve spent the last few weeks thinking of spring and flowers and pollinators (a series I began in 2013/14 with a bat, which are indeed important pollinators!), and have […]