I fell in love with clay when I was in college and have been making pots ever since. in 2002 I became a member of the Wesleyan Potters co-op in Middletown, CT. Several years ago I took a class at Holyoke Community College in metalsmithing. I found I prefer copper to the more expensive (and for most people, more desirable) silver, but it aligns with my love of clay...both are more rustic kinds of materials but possessing great warmth and infinite possibilities. Zentangle came into my life because of my interest in patterns -- Zentangle is all about patterns! And I love the meditative aspect of Zentangle.
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