The short story:
I'm launching a new piece to my webshop today! It's an everyday bowl, the type of dish I like to eat every meal out of at home, instead of a plate. It's made from a warm brown stoneware, measures 8" x 2", and is dishwasher and microwave safe. It's available in Ocean (blue swirl) or Squid (black swirl). Click here to shop!Now, for the long story...
Thank you Apartment Therapy for sharing this comprehensive tour of my studio! If you're ever curious about all the steps that go into making a piece, this'll show you where it gets done.
I was asked by DVF to create a body of work inspired by their fall prints, and it was such a fun challenge for me. You can see the results in person at their Soho flagship store, and soon in the LA Grove store as well. Read more about it and watch a video of me at work on the pieces HERE!
Ban.do asked me to make some pink designs for them, and I'm really happy with the results! Check out all the pieces here :-)
I really enjoyed this interview with Artsy, which focused more on the biz side of things. Thanks Casey!
*UPDATE!!* We sold 123 bowls and raised nearly $5K for the CCR! Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the success of this event! The next event in the Potters in Protest series is coming up on September 9!
Billy finally is getting his time to shine! We are both featured in the upcoming print issue of Four and Sons, order your copy here.
Join illustrator Leah Goren and me for an evening of plate painting in my studio! June 15, 6:30 - 9:30 pm. All painting supplies including brushes and underglaze will be provided, along with wine, snacks, and floral arrangements to draw from. Each guest will receive a blank stoneware dinner plate to paint on. After the workshop your plate will be glazed with a clear food-safe glaze and will be shipped to you. Shipping is included with the price of the workshop. If you would like to paint more than one plate additional plates are available for purchase at the event. Tickets can be purchased HERE. Hope to see you there! :-)
I could not be more excited to share that my good friend Dusen Dusen (home goods and textile designer extraordinaire) and I are renting a storefront in Manhattan during Design Week and hosting a pop up show and shop! We're creating an immersive installation showcasing our new collections, along with special collaborative pieces made specifically for the space. Open to the public, no appointment necessary :-)