Empty Bowls Recap

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to eat chili this past Sunday! We raised $2,786 for City Harvest. And many thanks to the people who made this happen: HOST WITH THE MOST

  • Vinegar Hill House
RESTAURANTS
  • Ciao for Now
  • Vinegar Hill House
  • Meatball Shop
  • Mission Chinese
POTTERS
  • Clam Lab
  • Nicholas Newcomb
  • Leigh Forsstrom
  • Whittney Klann
  • Brooke Winfrey
  • BDB NY
  • Virginia Sin

EMPTY BOWLS this Sunday 11/22!

I'm organizing an 'Empty Bowls' charity dinner this Sunday! Come enjoy a CHILI COOK-OFF this Sunday at Hillside, featuring Mission Chinese Food, The Meatball Shop, Ciao For Now & Vinegar Hill House in hand crafted bowls made by CLAM LAB, Nicholas Newcomb Pottery and Sculpture, Object and Totem, BTW Ceramics, BDB and MORE! $40 suggested donation for chili and you get to take your new bowl home, or $20 for just the chili. All proceeds benefit hunger fighting charities in NYC. No reservations, first come first served, 5pm & 7pm seatings. 70 Hudson avenue in Brooklyn.

SHOP UPDATE Wednesday 11/11 at 1pm!

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Sale this Sunday 10/25!

This Sunday at 70 Hudson avenue in Brooklyn, next door to Vinegar Hill House. I'll have a bin of discounted seconds as well as many 'firsts'. October 25, 11am-4pm. Discounts for cash customers :-)

Interview with Paper & Light Store

Thanks so much to Sara from Paper and Light Store for chatting with me. Really enjoyed this one! Read the whole piece HERE

Vogue, September Issue

What a thrill to be included in this piece about ceramics in Vogue! A million thanks!

Saveur

Thank you Saveur for including my planter in your roundup -- shop it HERE

House Beautiful

Thanks for including me in your 'Persimmon' color story, House Beautiful! Shop the three clay planter HERE

SECONDS SALE Friday in Williamsburg!

*SECONDS SALE!* This Friday in Williamsburg at the studio of Dusen Dusen and Chiyome with special guest Wwake ! Serious deals to be had all around, including a ton of imperfect Cloud series pieces. 178 Hope Street 3-8pm

Seamore’s NYC lighting

I worked as a waitress and bartender at The Meatball Shop for many years, and the owners Dan and Mike always took me back after I quit to support my art, then ran out of money and came back. So it means a great deal to me to be able to make these light fixtures for Mike's new venture, Seamore's. The food is delicious, which is not a surprise -- if you're in NYC, go!