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Liz at Terme di Diocleziano, Rome 2013

 

My education in clay was self-directed and began when I decided I needed a creative outlet to balance my full time office job. I always had a fascination with and desire to learn how to make pottery on a wheel. I began evening ceramic classes at the local community college and instantly loved having my hands in clay. I took courses at clay centers, traveled to weekend workshops given by established potters, and practiced, practiced, practiced whenever possible. I met many talented and skilled artists along the way who shared the skills and techniques to create a good pot, to formulate glazes and to operate a kiln.

The ceramic process is creative, satisfying, and challenging … the possibilities endless!

I strive to create aesthetically designed pottery for everyday use and special occasions. The style is simple, yet elegant in form, with surfaces that are colorful and pleasing to the touch. I use porcelain and stoneware clays and fire in an electric kiln. All pots are dishwasher and microwave safe.

I am passionate about making pottery. It is my hope that all who use my pots may experience something of my joy and enthusiasm in making them.

All the best,
Liz

“The link between the hands of the maker and the hands of the user seems increasingly important to me in this world where we are often distanced from the sources of the things we rely on to sustain us.”    Charity Davis-Woodard

 

 

 

 

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