Amy Krenzer has been making things with her hands since she learned to sew an apron in 4H club a million years ago. Her journey with arts and crafts has taken her from sewing costumes for Rockettes to quilting, beading, jewelry-making and now to clay.
While living in Vermont for ten years, she taught quilting to adults and children.
Amy fell in love with hand-building about seven years ago. After being a member of a community studio for many years, she set up a studio in her basement and kiln in her garage during the past pandemic year.
She’s a fan of texture, underglaze transfers, imprinting plants and flowers and raku. For more information, feel free to reach out to her.