Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Maple Lane Pottery Holiday show invite!   You are officially invited to our annual holiday show!!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

New Designs at The Common Ground Country Fair

Chicken ware!

Leaping cat design

New rabbit design

Rabbit tray/square plate - 8in.
What an amazing fair, we met so many interesting people and enjoyed the food and very talented crafts people all around us.  I want to thank everyone who stopped in at my booth!  You never cease to amaze and inspire me to greater creativity!  Thank you so much, Robbi

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Knitter inspired Yarn Bowls: The possibilities are endless!

This Yarn or Knitting Bowl will keep your ball of yarn from rolling all over the floor while you are knitting away!  Just insert the end of your yarn through the swirly opening!

Mo enjoying the July clover!

Mo is the friendliest angora bunny ever and truly enjoys the company of his humans!

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Mug Season awaits!

Every year our clay group - Central Maine Clay Artists - Sell mugs in 4-5 local coffee shops in the Augusta, Hallowell area.  The money from the sale of these mugs goes to local public schools to support their clay programs!  We love to do this, but this year we are diverging from the coffee shops (don't worry we will be back next year)  and having our very own Mug Season show in Gardiner at the Center for Maine Craft!

Show dates: March 2nd - April 30th.                                     Opening reception: March 15th  4-6 pm.

  All of the clay artists in our group are trying something different with their mugs and also producing a sculptural piece for the wall or podium!
Unglazed rabbit sculpture for Mug Season Show

Mug Season Mugs

New and inspired designs for our show!

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Inspirations in Clay: Intro

Atop Mt. Battie in Camden State Park - September 2011

Belted Galloway mugs

Crazy Chicken mugs

Hedgehog and Crazy Chicken cereal bowls

Small square bowls
I grew up on a small farm in southern New Hampshire, and I now live and work on a small farm with my husband and two children in Windsor, Maine.  I am very much inspired by the farm animals and wildlife that inhabit our landscape!  On our farm we raise Chickens, Cows, Horses and Sheep.  We also have 4 Cats, a Rabbit and Dog who all keep my life very busy, fun and lively!  All of these creatures find their way into my clay work whether it is in sculpture or painting, I just love the way they can take on so many different shapes and with all there different their personalities, create wonderful fun variations of the same animal!