The recently developed online SALES GALLERY space allows our loyal customers near and
far to shop from home. Our showroom at the studio remains open, and we
encourage those who want the hands-on experience of pot selection to
continue visiting here. But for those at a distance, or those who just
want the convenience, we have entered the twenty-first century (with
modified online sales – we do not have a shopping cart – still hands-on experience!). Please visit often; we welcome your feedback!
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Coming this September (2013), our semi-annual OPEN HOUSE:
Julia Walther (right) started her residency in August of 2012, having previously studied at Carleton College and the University of Colorado in Boulder. She currently divides her time between Plum Tree Pottery and Motawi Tileworks in Ann Arbor.
2011-2012 Resident Adrienne Heinbaugh (right center top) will be moving from Lincoln, NE, where she is
currently a post-bacc student at the University of Nebraska, to Gainesville, FL to
begin graduate school at the University of Florida under Linda Arbuckle, Anna
Calluori Holcombe, and Nan Smith. She studied with my former resident Mark Cole when
he taught at Longwood University in Virginia.
Brett Gray (right center bottom) began his residency here at Plum Tree Potter in Sept of 2010 and
continued through fall of 2011. Brett came from the excellent program at The College
of Creative Studies in Detroit. His interests are presently focused on surface
treatments and functional vessel forms. He has an amazing ability to make great
decorative marks on his ware.
2009 - 2010 Resident Molly Jones (bottom right) lives in Denver, CO, where she continues her work in clay. She
is currently preparing a portfolio for graduate school applications. Good hunting, Molly!
Jay Dion, 2007 artist-in-residence has finished his studies at
California College of the Arts and is actively job hunting.
Former resident Elenor Wilson is on her way back from Taipaei. She was recently named associate editor of Studio Potter magazine.