I love it when my customers share photos of how they have planted up the pots I made for them.  Of course their plantings look beautiful, and hopefully the pot does its job as a supporting actor, not taking the limelight from the star.  These are pots I made for an lon...

I just came across this video of a segment for The Wisconsin Gardener, which was recorded at my studio in Rockdale, Wisconsin in 2004.  Master Gardener, Shelly Ryan, interviewed me about the flowerpots I make, and the history behind them.

Early American ovoid crocks are some of the most aesthetically pleasing shapes made by potters of the late 18th and early 19th century.

In 1990 I began working with potters in Central America on my first trip to Nicaragua with Potters for Peace .  Soon after that, I became friends with Holland Millis, a former Peace Corps volunteer from North Carolina, who had moved to Honduras to work on handcraft pro...

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