I been a student of ceramics for much of adult life; always learning and trying new forms, new techniques. Most of my pottery is functional. I eat off my plates, drink from my coffee mugs, and cook in my casseroles.
After retirement I began to spent part of the year in Nova Scotia, Canada. There I sell pottery at craft fairs and farmer’s markets. Then, at home for the winter, I studie at Philadelphia’s Clay Studio where I make a new collection of pieces and study new forms. This is a terrific school with great teachers and an everything-you-need teaching facility.
Here are some examples of my pottery.