clay is possibility and potential,

becoming something beautiful or functional,

starting with an idea and becoming something that will stand the test of time.

woven artwork

One of a kind woven and beaded artwork, set in a ceramic frame.   Each one has a story to tell and can transport you to a different time and place.

flower frogs for mason jars

These cute caps are the perfect way to turn a simple mason jar into a flower arrangement.

unique pottery

Unique mugs, dishes and jars will make a pleasure out of serving, eating and drinking.

jewelry

Delicate ceramic shapes add a bit of bling for a casual or elegant look.

home decor

Unique home decor will add a bit of whimsy to any room or outdoor space.

recent woven artwork

after the storm

after the storm

The evening storm has passed, and the dark clouds lumber towards the distant horizon.   The world sparkles as droplets of water become as crystal jewelry adorning the trees, catching the fading lavender glow of the twilight.  Everything is fresh in the wake of the...

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Caribbean Sun

Caribbean Sun

I look at this piece and can feel the warmth of the carribean sun radiating down onto my skin.   Nearby there are waves softly breaking onto the white sand, and I have a fruity and refreshing drink in my hand.   These last few years have made travel more of a...

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deep dusk

deep dusk

This is another piece in my Dawn and Dusk collection.   Sunrises and sunsets have been on my mind a lot recently as they perfectly encapsulate beginnings and endings for me.    This piece is called deep dusk as it represents the final and fading colors of sunset,...

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we are stardust

we are stardust

I am fascinated by the fact that the elements and atoms in my body were formed billions of years ago in dying stars.   There were pressures and explosions at the core – unimaginably volatile events that created new stars and satellites, setting a chain of dominoes in...

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sunshine on water

sunshine on water

This piece was inspired by a recent family trip to the gulf shore of Alabama where the sunsets are amazing - probably for sunrises too but I honestly didn't see any of them!   The water there is the loveliest turquoise, and for a fleeting few magical minutes in the...

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at the end of the day

at the end of the day

At the end of the day the bright blue of the heavens deepens into shades of lilac and plum while the fading light casts a warm glow over the world.   Clouds on the horizon catch the dying flames, shining with gold and ginger for the brief minutes that it takes for the...

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meet kathryn

Pottery allows me to put something of myself out into the world. As an introvert, I find this is the best way of expressing myself. I’ve been inspired greatly by my parents, both creative in their own ways. I was constantly encouraged to share my creativity with others.

Artist, artisan, handcrafter, craftsman, each word evokes a different sentiment and a different feeling. Quality differences, intentional differences, interpretational differences. I’m not sure I would consider myself an artist. I’m not a crafter either. I’m a potter. However, now that I’m including other materials, even potter feels limiting.  When you see yourself differently, you act, think and behave differently.

It’s a compulsion for me at this point. I have ideas – many ideas – and I am driven to make each of them a reality.

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