I have been posting a lot over at Instagram, usually every day or two.
I posted this fun slo-mo snippet today:
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White on chocolate brown stoneware pottery. Fully glazed inside, unglazed outside. Beautiful, practical low bowl for serving. Main dish, salad, roasted vegetables, new potatoes? yes!
Just posted in my etsy shop:
West Elm opened a new store in D.C. this week, and I am happy have my pottery available in the store. This morning the Washington Post has a glowing review of the new store and a mention of the local D.C./Virginia-area designers that are featured in the shop, with a link to my Etsy shop. Thank you West Elm!
Check out the article and click through:
I am happy to introduce a new line of note cards featuring my Polaroid photography of the mountain forest of Virginia. The cards are printed on silky matte paper, blank inside with plenty of room for notes, and come with an envelope in a cellophane sleeve. Each forest scene is available in a 4-pack, or get a mixed set of four different cards, one for each season. They are great as a gift, or grab a couple of packs to send out for holiday greetings.
A while back I submitted my artist profile to Martha Stewart American Made, which spotlights the maker, supports the local, and celebrates the handmade. It is an award program that celebrates makers that have turned their passion into a small business (like me), and I have been named a 2014 American Made MSL Awards finalist in the ceramics category.
So exciting! Thank you Martha Stewart!
Please feel free to click on the badge below and visit my page and see all the other interesting handmade endeavors going on.
I was interviewed for The Potters Cast, a podcast by Paul Blais dedicated to connect the community of ceramic artists and potters around the world by bringing interviews of other ceramicists straight to you. Paul is a super generous and kind interviewer and is adding so much to the potting community. There is a whole library of interesting interviews you might want to check out. My interview is here.
Or just go ahead and listen:
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New appetizer bowls and olive wood cutting board in the shop.