I am a self-taught sculptor from the finger lakes region of New York State making botanical art from porcelain and clay.

As a child, I made my toys from modeling clay from as early as 4 years old. I created everything from animals, airplanes, soldiers, sports figures. I really would make anything I could imagine. I made my first flower at age 10 and it was a red and white Rose for my mother. I knew then that I would always be able to go back to making ceramic flowers to make money but didn't do so until I was 26 years old.

Now 4 years later I have made almost 1,000 of these creations with each one bringing a deeper meaning other than just their obvious beauty. Every now and then I say I want to make something other than a flower or a succulent but I always go back to forming petals in that geometric sequence that is so captivating. Each flower is different and I won't ever stop making them. After all the world can always use more flowers.

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Hannah Hollowell 2 years ago

I love the two toned succulents

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Alice P 2 years ago

my favorite

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Haydn Bowley 2 years ago

Such intricacy! o_O

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Craftykit 2 years ago

That is a rose, m'lady

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Hannah Hollowell 2 years ago

That is much bigger than I expected

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Hannah Hollowell 2 years ago

The color is amazing!!!

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Tandra Neyamat 2 years ago

Exquisite

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John L 2 years ago

It looks alive.

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Len Cicio 2 years ago

Amazing what you do with the limitation of colors to create such variety.

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Bambi 2 years ago

My favourite..

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makenzie stephenson 2 years ago

Chicks n hens! Love it

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Stephanie Hutner 2 years ago

Favorite

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Sarah Blanche Brinsfield 2 years ago

If you wait for the kiln to cool to around 130 degrees F then you can avoid the cracks in the glaze, unless that is what you were going for.

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makenzie stephenson 2 years ago

So small. But so detailed!

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Karen Louise 2 years ago

Stunning! Do you sell them?

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Audrey Collins 2 years ago

Very pretty!!!

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Audrey Collins 2 years ago

Love these!! Beautiful

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Karen Louise 2 years ago

Just want to pinch this one. Beautiful

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Asia 2 years ago

I love this one! So simple, yet beautiful