After many years of working in the garage workshop,  my husband, Ralph, and I designed and supervised the construction of an out-of-ground  building in late 2008.  It was quite an undertaking dealing with township permits and a myriad of sub-contractors whose talents combined to realize my plan.  My new inspirational studio, Mirthful Angel Pottery has a light and airy atmosphere.  Natural light pours in through the large windows.  The walls are painted with a hue called “mountain air.”  Renaissance images of sybils and angels serve to inspire beauty in my work.There are two rooms: one for greenware construction, the other for glazing and firing.  My favorite tool is my Randall electric kickwheel.  My father built the large work table where I hand-build; I love rolling my own slabs and making my own coils, therefore I don’t have a slabroller or extruder.  I love to layer glazes over colored slips.  I have a spray booth and a 20 cubic ft electric front-loading kiln. 

I welcome you to visit my studio during my bi-annual studio tour and pottery sale (first weekend in May and last weekend in November – Sat/Sun 10-4) or almost anytime by appointment.  My studio is behind our home in Worcester township, a suburb of Philadelphia, PA.  Please see map insert on my Webstore page.


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