The Little Studio That Could

The actual Alchemist’s Studio a few years ago

With renovations, growing pains, and a Pandemic, things have not always been easy

Our first pottery wheel which was bought second hand
and was on it’s last legs at time of this picture
Our First Pottery Show
Working the clay, 2019 has helped with my PTSD and anxiety

But we are just getting started

Some of our pieces

and have much more to share with you!

Summer 2021 – Much more to come!

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  1. I enjoy your blog and photos of your pottery. Years ago, I was a teaching assistant to hearing impaired students 1st – 6th grade in public school. I went with them to art classes to interpret (I’m also hearing impaired). My favorite thing we did was use the pottery wheel to make bowls and vases. I am in my 70’s now and still love hand-thrown pieces. I do not have a collection but admire them so much. On a smaller scale in my apartment, I did make polymer clay trinket dishes and beads for jewelry. Making something with our hands is good for our souls (as you mentioned PTSD and anxiety). Keep up the good work!

    1. thank you for your kindness! I am so glad to hear that you have found pottery to be an accessible and healing medium as well. πŸ™

    1. Thank you Tish! It depends what is going on in there – lately it has been putting up mud on the drywall and sanding which is less inspiring lol πŸ™‚ but yes for pottery definitely! πŸ™ I hope you are keeping well!

    1. Thank you! That is very kind of you to share! We are honored to have you be a part of it with us!

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