PotterybyLisa

Gracefully Beautiful Handmade Pottery by Lisa Ingram

Georgia, United States · 210 Sales

PotterybyLisa

Gracefully Beautiful Handmade Pottery by Lisa Ingram

Georgia, United States 210 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   Thank you for visiting Pottery by Lisa. These handmade pieces of art are graceful, useful, sturdy pots that will last years while adding beauty to the everyday.

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Website: www.potterybylisa.com
Blog: www.averly.blogspot.com
Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/iOsKP

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Thank you for visiting Pottery by Lisa. These handmade pieces of art are graceful, useful, sturdy pots that will last years while adding beauty to the everyday.

View my profile for store policies and more info about my art.

Website: www.potterybylisa.com
Blog: www.averly.blogspot.com
Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/iOsKP

Lisa Ingram

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Lisa Ingram

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Hannah Handwork

Hannah Handwork on Jul 11, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Great custom mugs, as alway a pleasure! Expertly created, packaged and delivered ontime. Thank you!

Hannah Handwork

Hannah Handwork on Feb 10, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely beautiful work - this is definitely one of the best Christmas gifts I've ever given. Thank you!

bookjunky

bookjunky on Jan 16, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Beautifully made and packed for a trip to the moon! :) Thanks so much.

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About

The Useful Beautiful Merge

I’ve always been sensible. I like things that work. I like efficiency. Yet, beauty has always been of terrific importance to me as well. Merging these two elements into pottery has truly been a life calling for me.

I wanted to be an artist from the day I picked up a pencil and drew my first stick spider. It was captivating to be able to create something with simple tools and materials.

Pottery was The Thing I was waiting to discover. In 2002, I took a hand building ceramics class my freshman year at Berry College in Rome, Georgia. Despite a rocky beginning to the class, I soon was drawn in by the grace and beauty of the clay- and also it’s wondrous usefulness. I completed multiple ceramics classes and continued on as the studio caretaker after my graduation- granting me a place to continue to work and learn about this beautiful art.

I’ve continued to explore and create pottery since my college days. I am a full time stay at home potter mom to a sweet little girl. During nap time, I grab the baby monitor and head out to the building behind our house we renovated into my pottery studio. There I throw pots on the wheel, trim, add handles, slip trail, glaze and fire my work. I even ship from home so many of my pieces have zero miles on them before shipment.

I completed an art minor at Berry college focusing on ceramics under professor Jere Lykins and a summer course titled “Making it Work as a Studio Potter” at the Haystack School of Crafts with master potter Sarah Jaeger. I am forever a student of the art of clay.

A life of beauty is a life full of joy. Beauty is especially precious when it is found in the everyday. My pottery merges the everyday with handmade beauty as someone cooks in a casserole dish, drinks from a mug of coffee, displays fresh cut flowers in a vase or set their rings in a small dish beside the sink at bedtime. Sometimes people send me picture of a piece in use in their homes, and it amazes me how it seems to take on a personality in it’s new setting. That’s what handmade does. By lending it’s usefulness, and gracing it’s user with beauty, pottery is truly a blessing in the people’s everyday lives.

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    Each piece of pottery Lisa Ingram creates is made from start to finish in her backyard home studio in Rome, GA. Her handmade pieces of art are graceful, useful, sturdy pots that will last years while adding beauty to the everyday.

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Last updated on July 29, 2014
Thank you for visiting Pottery By Lisa. Pottery is my passion and I am pleased to share my love of this graceful, useful art with you. If you have an questions about my shop policies don't hesitate to send me a message.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Payment is due within three days of purchase. If payment is not received within this time and no communication regarding payment has been made, your order will be canceled. Paypal and credit cards are acceptable forms of payment.

Georgia residents will be charged 7% sales tax.
Shipping
Pottery is shipped via USPS and is shipped within 3 days of payment. Packages are insured up to $100 value and you will be provided with a tracking number through Etsy. In the rare event your package goes missing, please contact me immediately and I will help you track it down.
Refunds and Exchanges
Return Policy:

If your item arrives damaged please contact me immediately (within 1 week of receipt) by sending a digital picture of the damaged piece to potterybylisa [!at] gmail.com and I will refund the price of the item. If the item arrives and you are not happy with it, it can be returned for a refund or exchange within 30 days. There are no returns on custom items. In the case of all returns you will be responsible for return shipping charges. Please return in original package as to keep the pottery protected. Your money will be refunded once the piece safely arrives.