Our ceramics are inspired by the stunning natural beauty of Door County, the southern part of the amazing Niagara Escarpment.
The arbor vitae cling to the cliffs and fill the air with it’s tenacious aromas, the fresh air off Lake Michigan and Green Bay lift spirits, the clear water and skies expand hearts and minds of all who visit.
It’s impossible to not be inspired. Our shapes, images and glazes reference the lakes, cliffs, forests, beaches, and weather in each piece of functional art we make.
We translate these powerful experiences into abstract and universal images that elicit an instant response by the viewer which makes visiting our showroom an interactive experience.
A bowl or pitcher may be reminded of a certain beach, person or moment, or a certain season, night sky, a concert or meal when you see a bowl or pitcher. A connection is made, the story becomes yours and you know you've found what you were looking for.
Think pottery is brown or blue and a heavy mug or bowl? Go to this exhibit and be amazed at what potters can do with this simple, humble material that is clay.
'Gillian' by Stephanie Evans
We delivered pieces from both of our current work to the Museum. In addition to the pieces in the exhibition, many of the participating artists agreed to put some pieces in the Museum's gift shop as part of the Museum's ongoing fund raising efforts.
Please join all the artists this Saturday afternoon for the Opening to this important Door County art show.