GhadaHenaganCeramics

Handmade Functional Pottery by Ghada Henagan

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Announcement    I sell my pots at local markets regularly, therefore only a limited amount of work will be offered on Etsy from time to time. Visit my Instagram account for updates.

Local friends, use coupon code LOCAL at checkout if you’d like to pick up your order at a local market instead of it being shipped.

If you buy multiple pieces and I’m able to combine your pieces, I will refund any shipping overages after Shipping

Handmade. Functional. Unique. Pottery for daily use.
Welcome and thank you for visiting my shop!
The glazes are lead free and food safe. The pots are microwave and dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended.
Please do not pour boiling water directly into your mugs, proceed to warm the mug first with warm to hot tap water.

For updates and behind the scenes, please visit my Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 13, 2021

I sell my pots at local markets regularly, therefore only a limited amount of work will be offered on Etsy from time to time. Visit my Instagram account for updates.

Local friends, use coupon code LOCAL at checkout if you’d like to pick up your order at a local market instead of it being shipped.

If you buy multiple pieces and I’m able to combine your pieces, I will refund any shipping overages after Shipping

Handmade. Functional. Unique. Pottery for daily use.
Welcome and thank you for visiting my shop!
The glazes are lead free and food safe. The pots are microwave and dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended.
Please do not pour boiling water directly into your mugs, proceed to warm the mug first with warm to hot tap water.

For updates and behind the scenes, please visit my Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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About GhadaHenaganCeramics

Sales 58
On Etsy since 2018

I grew up in a small village in Lebanon, where my family and neighbors often had to make the things they needed themselves. So, naturally, I was drawn to handcrafting from an early age. When I wasn’t making puppets, sewing clothes for my doll, and building miniature furniture items to play with, I would teach myself to draw by copying the drawings of my older sister Lina. I was first introduced to clay during my art studies in college, but it wasn’t until I started working at the Antonine Sisters’ Workshop for Sacred Art in 2000 that I had a chance to really get acquainted with this material. I began crafting ceramic objects with religious themes and imagery, all the while developing my skills and learning as much as I could about working with clay. Then in 2006 I moved to Louisiana and, before long, I decided to become a full-time ceramic artist with the precious support of my husband. I set up a small studio in our dining room where I have been creating and experimenting with pottery ever since.
I find a lot of the inspiration for my work in natural elements that evoke nostalgia in me. My work’s narrative helps me connect the person I am today with the child I once was and find links between Louisiana and my native Lebanon.

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  • GHADA HENAGAN

    Owner, Maker

    I have been making pots for the last eleven years in my home studio in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. What I love about working with clay is its endless possibilities that keep me enthusiastic and drive me to constantly broaden my horizons.

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