Since 2001 I've done my clay work in my garage studio in Lyman, Maine. This allowed me to continue working while raising my son, Nicholas, born in 2003. I host group events, a weekly open studio work session for friends, and try to have a studio sale every December, as time and schedule allows. When I need a break from sitting at the wheel, I can step outside to watch herons, cormorants and kingfishers visit the pond; or the occasional cow, fox or wild turkey wander by in the fields. Occasional work teaching at Maine College of Art keeps my clay work enlivened with new energy and ideas.
My functional stoneware is fired in a large electric kiln, which preserves the bright and vivid colors of my signature glazes. The work is durable, non-toxic, and safe for use in the oven, microwave or dishwasher, provided sudden temperature changes are avoided. Enjoy!
17 Hammond Heights
Lyman, ME 04002