Way back in 1995, I took a wheel throwing class in my last year as an undergrad. I loved it! But I didn’t get near another wheel all through graduate school or for the next decade as I built my career in conservation. Life was and continues to be crazy busy as I play with maps at work, get to travel for work and fun, garden, camp, play and dance with my wonderful husband and friends.
In 2011, I got back behind the wheel again. I was delighted to find wonderful little studio, Beech Grove
One of a kind stoneware pottery for the home and garden.
I make vessels that allow you to drink your beer (coffee, tea, whiskey) out of a one-of-a kind piece of art! I specialize in functional pottery–mugs, bowls, and more that are perfect for everyday use. I occasionally makes fun little native birds of Indiana as ornaments, quirky yarn bowls, and squids tend to sneak into her designs when I’m not paying attention.
Dancing Pottery can be seen in real life once a month at the Greenwood Farmer’s Market during the warm season, several weeknights at Beech Grove Clay Works, and at several festivals around Indy. Please check out www.dancingpottery.com for more information on when and where you can find me.
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