interest in clay began as a collector of pottery that others had
made. In my first pottery classes, I was most enthusiastic about
throwing on the wheel and making functional pieces. After three
trips to Japan with my husband in the 90s, my work was influenced
by the Japanese technique of Raku. Raku provides the perfect finish
for the jewelry and small sculptures that I enjoy designing. My
most recent sculptures are inspired by my four grandchildren and
seeing my sons and daughters-in-law as parents.
pottery is available through private sales and the semi-annual
Potters' Guild sales.
For more sales information please visit the GLPG