About

Clay for me is the vessel from which my inner voice translates best.
I am fascinated by the feel of the clay in my hands and the connections I make while working at my potter’s wheel.
My love of color, drawing, surface decoration and functionality
play a role in creating my work that is autobiographical by nature.

I received my Studio Art Degree from Skidmore College, continuing with additional classes at
the Museum School of Fine Arts Boston, Art Institute of Boston and Harvard University.
I create my one of a kind work in my home studio in Westwood, MA
and at Potters Place, a not for profit school and cooperative studio, in Walpole.

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Lisa. Thank you for visiting my blog! Your pottery is so beautiful. I have a slight obsession over collecting pottery and it is a dream of mine to take classes and spend some time with clay. I look forward to checking in with you for inspiration. 🙂

  2. Oh Lisa! What a small world… I have spent many childhood summers, and even a Christmas, in Walpole! Ponderosa Lane, where my mom’s best friend from Italy/Belgium still lives to this day. Love your pottery and I’m so glad you stopped by for a visit as it has led me to your beautiful work.

    1. Thank you! My cooperative pottery studio is in Walpole. 23 potters make up Potters Place! We open our studio to the public twice a year for a holiday and spring show and sale. Let your mom’s friend know the dates: Nov 22-24. It’s a great spot to visit, filled with create people and beautiful work – one of our potters used to work in Belgium and make a beautiful like of tulip inspired vases. Have a great day!

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