Making Pottery Since 1987
I learned to throw pots while in high school and had a deep desire to be a potter, but also always had a huge passion for music. While I was in college I won a contest off the radio to meet Sting and from there my life took a completely different turn. Music, marketing and non-profits were my life for many amazing years. It was along that journey in Los Angeles, NYC, Italy, and Atlanta that I began to help people and artists achieve their dreams and tell their stories.
Now residing in Asheville NC, that passion continues. As a consultant, I want to hear your story, and help you share your story. As a potter I like to share my stories with you through words I write on the bottoms of my pots.
I have a strong desire to travel and see the world, meeting people from all over and hearing their stories. To read about our adventures/misadventures, please visit the blog.
Our mission at SassQueen Ceramics is to create beautiful things that will enhance your every day life. In a world that is so precise, where everything has to be perfect, we embrace the Japanese concept of Wabi Sabi. Wabi Sabi teaches us to embrace the imperfections in life, in ourselves and in art. Living with this philosophy we can see the beauty in what we make, and the beauty in who we are, flaws and all. We hope that you find the Wabi Sabi in our pieces and possibly let this concept flow into your life. As Leonard Koren, author of “Wabi-Sabi: for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers,” said “Wabi Sabi is the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete, the antithesis of our classical Western notion of beauty as something perfect, enduring, and monumental.”
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