I truly love the mindfulness and patience to play with a lump of clay and create a piece of art. I appreciate the calm in working with my hands and the peacefulness of going into my own world.
I started taking community pottery classes in 1993. As life changed throughout the years, my time was needed elsewhere and I could no longer make the commitments. Fast forward to today, I am finding my creative outlet once again. My daughters grew up, moved out, and purchased a potter’s wheel for me. I have been taking steps in growing my art world through shows, workshops, relationships, and developing a website www.centermymud.com