I make functional pottery that invites touch, interaction and every-day use. Clean lines, understated glaze colors and Japanese-inspired stamp designs distinguish my work.
Recently I added a new line of Adaptive Pottery co-designed with individuals with hand dexterity issues and movement disorders.
For information on my other work and where it is being exhibited, see News.
Happening this month:
See my latest work, including Tamba Pottery-inspired vases, bowls with Japanese-style stamp designs, and comfort-handle mugs, in the Pence Gallery Holiday Market through December 24. The Pence is located at 212 D Street in Davis, and is open 11:30-5 daily.
Visit my Online Store to see my most current pottery; to find my work locally, visit my About Me page. Teachers will want to check out my Clay Classes page for ideas about clay projects for every grade level. Curious about how wheel throwing works? Visit my Process page to watch me make a mug.
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