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Hello friends! I have several upcoming events and lots of exciting news to share. Thanks for reading!



I'll be selling these new porcelain vases at 2 events.



Haven't you always wanted to go into the Apollo to check out their apartments and see the view from the roof? Here's your chance! I'll be up there on Saturday from 12-5 with a bunch of talented local vendors. Please come!



I'll have a table in the North Hall

of Eastern Market for the

Capitol Hill Restoration Society

House Expo 2017

'On Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Capitol Hill Restoration Society will hold a free House Expo at the Eastern Market North Hall, featuring over 30 home service exhibitors. Experts will show ways to improve, repair and enjoy your home: architect, building supplies, energy conservation, interior designers, general contractors, house histories, painting, iron work, solar panel installation, roofing, electrical, windows, landscaping, mold/termite remediation, home inspection, security, financing, and additional service providers. Help your House!'





Sunday, October 29, 12 p.m.–5 p.m.

I will only be there on Sunday!

Monday, October 30, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.


I'm especially excited to have work at this craft fair with all women makers at the NMWA. Check out the group of incredible vendors here.

Support local women artisans.

The Makers Mart Arts & Craft Fair features a pop-up artisan market, promoting local women artists and designers who create handcrafted art and merchandise. A wide variety of products, including jewelry, fine art, home accents, and personal accessories will be available.


Tickets will be sold at the door. General admission is $10, $8 for seniors and students, and members are free. Children under 18 are free. Tickets to the craft fair include admission to the museum’s collection and the special exhibition Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today.




I'm very proud to be a featured maker in the new 'Shop Made in DC' store!

Shop Made in D.C. is a new brick-and-mortar retail store devoted to all things made within the District’s borders.

It's opening this weekend right near Dupont Circle!

More info here and a nice DCist article here.




I've just delivered a new batch of floral work to Steadfast Supply. This is a beautiful store that you should support. They host fun creative events every weekend. Don't miss this spot!

'Steadfast Supply is a conceptual retail store with a mission. Housed in a 3,000 square ft warehouse space at The Yards located in Washington, D.C., Steadfast Supply provides a platform for independent brands and designers from around the country to share their goods and their stories with the denizens of The Yards and beyond. Steadfast Supply is a store with deep roots in creative entrepreneurship that celebrates the triumphs of small businesses by serving as an incubator to independent designers and brands, inspiring them to grow and thrive.'

More info about Steadfast Supply here.


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Please visit me this weekend at Union Market on Saturday and Sunday, from 11-6. I'll be selling my pottery on Dock 5 in the back. American Field hosts pop-up markets across the nation "featuring a curated selection of the most innovative and emerging brands the country has to offer." I'm trilled to be a part of this. Come on over and support local small businesses. You can check out all of the vendors here, AND you can win a $500 shopping spree by registering here. Definitely do this - it's free and you just have to be there on Sunday at 2.

I'll have a bunch of new work for sale. Also, it's my first booth set-up (not just a table) and I'm pretty excited about how it looks. Come see! It will be FUN!

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My 3 little petal piece cups will be on display at the Clay CoOp in Rockville MD from July 8th - 24th. The Clay CoOp is a neat little gallery / studio / classroom space that was envisioned and brought to life by Chris Landers. He wanted to create his own ceramics community and he did! It's impressive and I'm happy to have my work exhibited there.


This is a new body of work I'm hoping to play with more. They are my interpretation and celebration of a Japanese form called ‘Soba Choko’. These cups were made for everyday domestic use during the Edo period (1620-1886). Although they were mass produced, they encouraged an appreciation of craftsmanship and beauty of functional objects.

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