has captivated me since I was young. I recall watching my sari-clad
mother use a kick wheel to form a sugar bowl from a ball of clay.
I stopped making pots during college when other pursuits intervened.
But now the mud muse has captured me again. What I love about
pottery is that it is touchable art—tools of everyday life
presented artistically. My current work uses carved Indian stamps
to layer textures and accents on the surface of the vessels I
throw or hand-build. I hope that the pieces I enjoy making bring
pleasure to those who use them.
pottery is available through private sales and the semi-annual
Potters' Guild sales.
For more sales information please visit the GLPG