Pots, themselves, are about relationships. It’s the everyday person’s art form. It’s not
high art, but meaningful art. You buy pottery to remember a special place, or a special
event, or to give to someone as a meaningful gift. We empower relationships, memories
and special occasions with pots.
Making pots is also all about relationships for me. It is the collaboration of the events of
a lifetime and the people I love. Firing a wood kiln is a community affair and the
opportunity to have family and friends participate in the creation of my artistic expression.
Article published in the May 2017 Go Local Magazine. https://issuu.com/golocalmagazine/docs/may_2017/53