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Thanks for the interest in my shop! I have been working with clay on and off for about 10 years. I have a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art as well as a post-bac teaching certificate from Towson University. I work out of my home studio. I am interested in making beautiful things that serve multiple purposes, are easy to care for and are affordable to people like me! I am inspired by textiles, nature, vintage kitchen products, home design and fashion. I strive to make housewares that express an individual personality. There is nothing more satisfying then drinking from a cup that was made by human hands. I have people tell me that they will wash their favorite mug after every use just so that it's clean for the next time, even though they have a cabinet full of clean commercially made dishes!I hope I can be the maker of your next favorite mug!
My housewares are made to be easy to clean. I put…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 16
  • Joined April 5, 2007

Favorite materials

clay, underglaze, stamps, glaze, books, newspaper

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About

Thanks for the interest in my shop! I have been working with clay on and off for about 10 years. I have a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art as well as a post-bac teaching certificate from Towson University. I work out of my home studio. I am interested in making beautiful things that serve multiple purposes, are easy to care for and are affordable to people like me! I am inspired by textiles, nature, vintage kitchen products, home design and fashion. I strive to make housewares that express an individual personality. There is nothing more satisfying then drinking from a cup that was made by human hands. I have people tell me that they will wash their favorite mug after every use just so that it's clean for the next time, even though they have a cabinet full of clean commercially made dishes!I hope I can be the maker of your next favorite mug!
My housewares are made to be easy to clean. I put mine in the dishwasher but if you care about preserving the surface you might want to hand wash. As with most ceramics you can put these in the oven as long as there is not a drastic temperature change, such as from the fridge to the hot oven. Please do not put this clay on the stovetop burners. Only clay that is specially made for this purpose can stand the stovetop!

Check out my other work
pinkkiss.websiteanimal.com

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Check out my interview in this issue of Antler Magazine!
http://www.antlermag.com/blog/?p=1574

Baltimore Magazine
Better Homes and Gardens DIY Magazine
Style Magazine
Lillyella Blog
Poppytalk Handmade
Etsy Featured Seller


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