Happy Holidays!! After a busy weekend at CraftBoston, it has sunk in that the time is upon us. Over the next couple days I will be working on updating my Etsy site, (www.paigepride.etsy.com) for some prime Christmas shopping. I am also thinking of doing a sale on Etsy (once I figure out how that works) after the holidays to clear out and make some space. Stay tuned for more info on this idea. In the meantime, I hope everyone is enjoying sweaters, trees, and egg nog. Cheers!
For any of you that may be checking out my pottery for the first time, I work with a toasty stoneware, an intentional yet individualized form, and assorted northern landscape inspired glazes and designs. I fire to cone 5, a bit under 2200 degrees fahrenheit. All of my pots are food, microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe. I primarily make one a kind pots, however I also enjoy creating a dinner set and treating each piece as a unique and individual while uniting them with personal style and signature surface design.
I love to see the progression of a raw material to a functional and beautiful object. It’s important to me to make something that people will physcially connect with and use. I strive to work steadily and directly so as to make my work affordable to more people, decrease the “preciousness” and increase the utility in a wabi sabi kind of way.
Please contact me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone #207-717-8555.
To buy online please visit http://www.paigepride.etsy.com. I will list any upcoming shows or events here at “where to find my pots”