The pottery studio is an old 1895 three story barn, which has been converted into a beautiful sun filled working space.
My work is inspired by this beautiful land… the woods, the river, the fields, the vegetable and flower gardens. As I work daily, I can hear the chickens clucking beneath me in the lower level of the barn. Also in the lower level of the barn is an attached greenhouse which provides salad greens for a good part of the winter. It also provides heat for the chickens during our cold New England winter.
When you visit the studio you will walk through the arbor to the main floor of the barn. This is where I work, making, glazing and firing pottery. I also teach classes and workshops in this space.
The third story (upper loft area) of the barn is where I photograph my work, and store pack my pottery for shipping. I try to keep my shelves stocked so I can ship quickly for online sales, and to have work available for visitors to the studio.
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