Category Archives: Fryeburg Pottery

Bethel, Maine Local Craft & Wares Fair

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Thanksgiving Turkey

I have been asked to make a replacement base for this turkey that has been a part of several decades worth of Thanksgiving dinners until the bottom broke.  I didn’t make the turkey but I am attempting to make a … Continue reading

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The Sake Pitcher

Sake pitcher in process.  Tomorrow it gets trimmed and then decorated to match the cups.  When its dry, I will glaze and fire it.

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Sake Cups

Two of a set of 4 sake cups.  Star anise and square nuts make up the design in blue.  Next is the sake pitcher. 

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“Dragonfly Defense Squad”

My new platter, on sale now at Gallery 302.

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Mini Quilts

The glazing assembly line:  first squeeze glaze into all the lovely impressions, then glaze the bottoms moving from one to the next, when you get to the last one, start back with the first.  Three coats of glaze on each … Continue reading

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Gallery 302 Early Bird Sale Saturday, November 7

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Grandma’s Engineering

I adore vintage doilies.  I collect them, tattered and stained, from thrift stores and flea markets.  The geometry in them is beautiful.  I admire the busy hands that created them.  Doilies are so unappreciated now.  So I preserve them in … Continue reading

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What does quilting have to do with clay?

My quilting class has been a wonderful inspiration that informs my creations right now.  I love the geometry of quilting.  Here are a few pictures.

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Crazy Days of 2015 So Far

It’s been a long crazy year.  Lots of fun but so busy.  Once I got my studio going, it was time to tap the maple trees, then goats were kidding, it was time to plant the garden, and surprise! my … Continue reading

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