My studio is a converted portion of an eight horse stable barn. For thirty years the aisle of the barn stored our tractor, garden gear, kayaks, and canoes. Three years ago this area transformed into “Pastels and Porcelain Gallery”. The working studio space houses two pottery wheels, an electric kiln, sink, tools, and of course my dreams and memories. I enjoy exploring, practicing methods and processes learned from workshops and classes. There is great pleasure in contemplating ideas in clay and exploring designs and creative techniques. Honestly though, one of the most treasured moments I believe is when I take a glance over at my Black Lab, Bear, chilling on his bed at my feet while I’m working. It doesn’t get any better than this!


Countryside Artisans will have their next tour on October 13, 14, 15, 2017.
For lots more information, visit them at www.countrysideartisans.com.

The historic Hyattstown Mill, home of the
Hyattstown Mill Arts Projets (HMAP).

Mikie shows her blue and white jar
at HMAP members' show.

Selected artists in juried "Clay" exhibition.
"Clay," at the Hyattstown Mill Arts Project,
was juried by Mikie.

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Kentlands Mansion, July 14 - September 1, 2017


 
Mikie's mugs shown in Hood College's "In the Kitchen" juried exhibition.


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