This is my tenth, year-end roundup of favorite and meaningful images featuring new ideas, important moments, and my pottery journeys. It’s always interesting for me to look back on the collection of images I’ve shared over the course of a year, and reflect on what continues to excite me and what was new in 2020 for me as a maker. Looking back on this year feels quite different than past years. Truly glaring in this pictorial is the absence of workshop images, particularly ironic given I kicked off the year with my article about teaching workshops. 2020 was difficult in so many ways for so many. It was tough for me professionally (too many cancelations to count and a need going forward to recalibrate), but I’m also aware how lucky I am.
My “Dear Fellow White Potters” post on IG & FB from November was the most commented on of the year, which you can read here. This short vid of me slip-trailing was the most liked, and I do believe the silliest. (Sound up!)
As with past years, this is not an order, it’s a cycle.
As always, thank you for your continued support of my work and studio. A happier, healthier New Year to you and yours.
I’ve loaded up my online shop with a bounty of new work that’s fresh and colorful. Orders coming in by tomorrow (Tues, 5/9) at 3 PM can ship in time for Mother’s Day. As always, I’ve been working on new forms and playing with new decoration (like the tall-footed bud vases and stamped mugs, which nicely mash-up my love of both Art Deco and mod). Every piece is one-of-a-kind and made solely with my two little hands. Thank you as always for supporting elegant and handmade from my studio. You can head over to peruse and shop right here.
This is my fifth, year-end roundup of in-progress and in-action images from my studio and of my pots, plus a workshop image for good measure. It’s fun for me to look back on the collection of images I’ve shared, and reflect on what’s continued from past years and what was new in 2015 for me as a maker (lots!). These are just a selection of favorites I posted throughout the year on my Facebook and Instagram. As with past years, it’s not an order, it’s a cycle.
As always, thank you for your continued support of my work and studio. A happy, healthy New Year to you and yours!