Clay Impressions Pottery
I began making pottery professionally around 1989. The transition process was an organic development as I joined the local guild of potters, then dived headlong into intensive courses at St. Lawrence College, as well as attending workshops presented by world renowned potters who visited our area.
Creating pottery is a very real connection to nature and to art. Each time I walk outside, my eye is drawn to the beauty in nature, or the architecture of buildings and I am inspired to design new work with an emphasis on form and texture.
I believe a pot should be a joy to hold and feel, not just to be seen.