Tara on Sep 24, 20215 out of 5 stars
This is my 4th mug from this artist, and it’s amazing!! They are all so unique, with a comfy shape for the hand and hold the perfect amount of hot tea!! Thank you for another exceptional mug and the lightning fast shipping as always!! Signed, one happy, tea drinking from an amazing mug, customer :)
Tara on Jun 25, 20215 out of 5 stars
This mug is perhaps the happiest mug on the planet! Looking at it just makes you smile. Sharply defined and clear detailing, fabulous blend of colors and a comfy shape that fits your hand. It also does a great job keeping my tea hot! Added bonus of fast and free shipping! I have already ordered another mug from the seller. Thank you!!
Wilmington Clayworks at Jenna's Ceramic Shop
Jennifer Reed Kenney
Over the years, I have experimented with many different kinds of art and making of homemade goods. After calling it quits from a 15+ year career in telecom technology, I simultaneously pondered my next career move and started ceramics classes at the Essex Art Center. Within weeks I found that I could happily play with clay - all day, every day. It occurred to me that this may be the answer to my next move. I have found my people. I am obsessed with clay and there is no going back.
Since 2018 I have been selling my art at local events and markets around northeast Massachusetts. I am just recently starting the transition into online sales. I do prefer meeting people in person and participating in the local events, but times have changed for all of us.
In high school I spent as much time as possible in the art center; taking every class that was available. I have always loved creating things, but never took myself too seriously. In the back of my mind, I had always thought that I would be some type of artist in my next life – and I was never a real artist anyways. Turns out there are no guarantees on that next life though, so here we are. The definition of an artist is in fact a person who creates art.
Born and raised in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, and living in Wilmington, Massachusetts, I am still a Vermonter at heart and when my hands are not in clay, you may find me kayaking, skiing, fishing, camping, hiking or gardening – usually along with my husband and 2 kiddos.
Thank you for visiting!
Hi there! Thanks for stopping by! I started making ceramic art in 2015 and started Wilmington Clayworks soon after. When my hands are not in the clay, I like to ski, hike, fish, kayak and garden - along with my husband and 2 kiddos.
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