Thursday, May 7, 2009

Looking for a Gnome?

Some of my sold out ceramic pieces, a few of my favorites necklaces and a pigeon feather or 2 are on "loan" to the fab store BROOKLYN Treehouse. Go buy them before they are gone. I am thinking about giving up the ceramic portion as mysterious things sometimes happen in the kiln ruining my work and wasting countless hours of my time. The nice thing about a communal kiln is that it keeps the prices down but the sad part is not being able to stop unfortunate accidents like dark spots and blue streaks. Next time you see a handmade artist, give them a hug. They probably need it!


  1. Awwww, shucks! treehouse brooklyn is so HONORED to have your wares in our branches!!!! yippee!!!!
    kises from the branches, and reaching for the stars,
    siri treehouse*

  2. No, no, no! Please keep making the ceramic pieces! You're at the top of my list when I have some "spending money!"

  3. awww thanks. that feels like a hug :)

  4. alyssa--- i totally understand the communal kiln thing-- one of the reasons i stopped making my ceramic work was for the same reason-- too many cooks in the kitchen--too many frustrating kiln results-- ! BUT--- your ceramic pieces are so very charming--it would be such a shame for you to give up on them... what about buying a small kiln of your own...? just a thought..

    any how i'm off to your etsy shop to buy a ceramic piece or two!!! xo