Born into the plastic promise of 70's Florida, weened in the Green mountains of Vermont, and weathered on the salty sand spit of Nantucket. I've practiced wheel-throwing since childhood, slowly creeping towards competence. Looking for the balance of craft and creativity, utilitarian and artistic, fun and marketable. Like everyone, I'm just trying to turn the chunks of time I have into offerings I can be proud of.
At the Sustainable Nantucket Farmer's and Artisan's market as well as at other events I put out clay for anyone and everyone to make whatever they want / can. While it's mostly kids who take part, more than a few adults can quickly bust out some great stuff. Here is a gallery of some of the best things that survived from the market back to the studio and didn't blow up in the kiln. If you recognize your own handiwork let me know. I'd love to attach credit.
New to the Nantucket craft scene Anne has been turning great old found books into fascinating art pieces. She can be found at the Sustainable Nantucket Farmer's and Artisans market as well as other island events.