If you follow along on Instagram, you'll know that some due to some (temporary) health changes, the holiday season is going to look a little different this year.I haven't been able to be in the studio nearly as much as I would like to the past few months, and so my production just won't be able to keep up with the typical holiday rush like in past years. Being in an industry where the bulk of the annual work is done from August-December, it been difficult (but necessary) to lean into and embrace this shift. While I won't be able to fully keep up...
Why I stopped making teapots and other musings on why there are pieces I refuse to make to resist being an artist who makes "Instagram worthy" art.
I spent the first few years of this business thinking that success meant having employees and a brick and mortar space. But there is a case for staying not just “small”…but tiny…and alone…that isn’t talked about enough when we talk about and think about small businesses.
Part two of the “spaces my vessels have crushes on…” series: places I want to cozy up with a Field Tumbler, a best friend (maybe two), a bottomless something refreshing to sip on…and chat til the cows come home. Because traveling via daydream is also fun.
I have been making this simple recipe for many years now, and every time it hits the spot just right. I thought it would be the perfect recipe for right now with the abundance of wild mushrooms around us (whether or not you choose to forage them, or buy them at your local market/farmers market!).