News from the Studio

Plans and challenges

Apple Blossom Festival was a big success for me this year and I’m already looking forward to next year. Thank you to everyone who came out for making it fun despite the crazy weather! Next year I will have a tent with side walls so that I don’t have to put up with being tossedContinue reading “Plans and challenges”

Apple Blossom Festival

For those of you outside the Wenatchee Valley and Northcentral Washington, the Apple Blossom Festival is the Big Deal festival in Wenatchee every spring. There’s a carnival and a parade, royalty is selected (Apple Blossom Queen and Granny Smith), bands play on stages, fried food and beer are consumed, and of course there is anContinue reading “Apple Blossom Festival”

Jumping into Spring!!

Just a quick update to say that I will be bringing all my new products to the Pybus Public Market Spring pop up market this coming Saturday, March 12th. Come by and see what all your local artisans have been working on this winter!

Winter Work

Today it was wonderfully warm in the studio despite the endless snow and ice outside. Nothing like having a kiln slowly cooling down from 1880oF to warm a space! It feels great to see my storage bins filling up with ceramic treasure and winter is the perfect time to run the kiln. So much betterContinue reading “Winter Work”

Holiday Fun

Snow in the valley means it’s time for the holiday madness to begin! This past weekend was the annual Holiday Fair at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee, WA. I got to be there with about 75 other artisans, farmers, and food vendors from all over the Wenatchee Valley. I had a lot of fun, metContinue reading “Holiday Fun”

Back into the fray

After a month and half of creating, I am jumping back into in person sales! I have some fun new colors and some old friends back in stock. See below for where to find me. Market Days I will be at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee, Washington on the beautiful Columbia River on the followingContinue reading “Back into the fray”

Making Mugs

Everyone likes to have a hot drink now and then and having it in a mug that fits just right in your hand feels so good. Mugs are popular items at my market booth and I’ve been making a lot of them recently so I thought I’d share a bit of the process here. LikeContinue reading “Making Mugs”

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