This quirky and fun fish plate is the creation of shop artist Maggie Wilmhoff. Her pottery is food, microwave, and dishwasher safe!
The plate measures in at approximately 7″ x 9″.
Lisa Madden’s pottery fish will bring a touch of whimsy to any room!
Get into the spirit of Spring!
Lisa Madden’s happy pottery suns on wood wall hanging will warm your home even if there’s a chill in the air.
Teresa Hoenig’s hand made serving tray and bowls are perfect as a set or as individual pieces. They are all food, microwave, and dishwasher safe!
The tray is 10″ square, the two round edge bowls are 5″, and the bowl with pinches corners (which works great for pouring liquids) is 4″
These handmade mugs by Bette Drake would be a fun addition to your morning, mid-day, or evening thirst quenching ~
Jennifer takes inspiration from the lake and beach with her pottery, and even incorporates driftwood into some of her pieces!
“As a graduate of Kent State with a BA in Graphic Design I have worked as a graphic designer for corporations and non-profits for many years. I have always had jobs that require creativity but have decided it is time to get back to my roots of pottery.
When I am not indulging my two fantastic sons and awesome husband, I am playing in the mud to produce my own unique line of ceramics”.
Visit Jennifer Lee Studios for a complete view of Jennifer’s works.
Follow Jennifer on Face Book at Jennifer Lee Studios
Join us on Thursday, December 6th from 5-8pm to kick off Christmas with unique, hand-crafted works of art, featuring local artists. This will be in conjunction with Light Up Vermilion, so there will be plenty of other shops to visit as well!
“My pieces are about surface and texture. Making impressed designs in soft clay gives the same delight now as it did thousands of years ago. This work is high-fired stoneware in a gas kiln, which affects the glazes in many ways and gives an extra dimension to the surface. My aim is to make work which is functional, beautiful, and affordable.”
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