Special orders or commissions welcome. Dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.
Glazes are non-toxic and food safe.
Pamela’s love of dirt, aka clay, began as a child growing up in Colorado. The connection created by the vibrant red and brown colors in the geological timeline of the rock and earth that is Colorado, and the graceful and simple ceramic art forms of the indigenous peoples of that part of the world, left a profound impression on her. She feels so very blessed to have such a connection with our Earth. As a young adult, her time spent in Latin America only added to her fascination with the rich red earth and the realization that clay and the artists that know it, are and have been an integral part of ‘living’ on this earth. Whether it is an olla kept simmering over the fire sending the smell of beans and chiles wafting through the kitchen, or that special cup that’s just right for your morning coffee or tea, or perhaps a brilliant metallic vase from the raku kiln or an evocative sculptural mask needed to grace a mantel, clay is ever present in our lives. It is this diversity of expression that has led Pamela to explore so many different techniques, such as wheel throwing, slab building, and sculpting.