Quality Handcrafted Pottery
Purposefully designed and lovingly handcrafted ...
because your everyday moments should all be beautiful!
I'm a full-time Studio Potter, and I am elbow deep in love with clay! My mission is to make your everyday moments beautiful,
one lump of clay at a time.
I'm taking a break from production to focus on teaching, design work and materials testing. During this time, my internet access will be limited and I may not be able to respond to your email for several days.
Orders placed during this time will not begin shipping until mid-April. Orders placed for my production pieces (pet bowls, compost bins, noodle bowls, etc.) will be filled as quickly as possible based on the date of your purchase.
Thank you for understanding and for supporting my creative development!
Enjoy a virtual tour of "Spoken Without Sound," a nature-inspired, two-year collaborative art project featuring my some of my newest work in colored porcelain, with / jewelry artistry by LynnMarie Whitt.
Enjoy a virtual tour of my gallery by perusing the following collections compiled especially for you!
Clicking on the buttons below each item's description to see a collection's detail page, watch a narrated video describing the work, get prices for individual pieces, and purchase any item in the collection.
FREE Contactless Studio Pick-up at your convenience, or I will happily ship your order!
The Bonnie Ann Collection
A collection of my soda-fired bowls made using techniques taught to me by a soul sister in clay who recently passed away.
I'll be donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every piece in this collection to the Bonnie Ann Burnett Verge Permaculture Scholarship Fund in her memory.
Bare Clay Raku & Alternative Work
I love bare clay alternative fired pieces! I create decorative fine art ceramic pieces including horsehair & feather raku, naked raku, and sea urchin raku as well as saggar fired vessels.
Here, you'll see some of my favorite pieces, all one-of-a-kind, and all available for purchase. Enjoy!
A collection of work created in 2019 at a salt-firing workshop with Jack Troy. Items include vases, flower bricks, tea bowls, bottle vases, crocks and more!
This was a magical week of discovery for me, where I explored a looser style, experimented with a new clay body, and participated in two salt kiln firings at the wonderful Saratoga Clay Arts Center.
I love to make (and teach) raku pottery techniques!
The immediate gratification of firing a piece, pulling it from the kiln at 1850 degrees, igniting combustibles and then seeing your results in less than an hour is magical! So are the lustrous surfaces of these glazed raku decorative vessels, chosen especially for this collection. Enjoy!
Love Blue Pottery?
If you love blue pottery, you're in good company and THIS is the collection for you!
I've consolidated some of my favorite cobalt blue items into one place.
Find functional and decorative pieces here, including some unique glaze combinations and an octopus that will be the delight of your family dinners for years to come. Enjoy!
Fall in Love with Browns
These pots take brown to a whole new level! Combining my signature, hand-mixed glazes in different ways, I achieve some unique surface character on many of these decorative and functional pieces. You'll find items for every day and items for special occasions here, and fall (back?) in love with browns!
I'm always pushing the limits of what I can combine in terms of glazes to achieve atmospheric looks in my electric kiln. Here are great examples in blues and greens.
Signature Functional Work
A collection of my most popular functional pottery in a glaze combination perfect for most home decors. These pieces are a beautiful backdrop to your culinary masterpieces!
Yellow pottery is full fo sunshine and cheerfulness, and these pieces are sure to brighten up any area in your home or yard. Choose from a variety of functional and decorative work rich, mellow yellow tones.
Soda Fired Work
Soda is one of my favorite atmospheres in which to fire my work! These functional and decorative pieces were all fired at the Community Arts Center just before COVID, so many have yet to make an appearance.