The home is a sacred and personal space, but sometimes we can take the importance of everyday objects for granted. It is worthy to surround ourselves with meaningful objects that are well cared for. Elizabeth's work is a beautiful addition to an existing meaningful collection or the type of pieces worth building a collection around.
Born and raised in Massachusetts and studied ceramics, at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She quickly fell in love with the material, process and the community it creates. Using porcelain, she interchanges slipcasting, handbuilding and wheelthrowing techniques. The objects act as a canvas for drawings that can be found on most of her work. The drawings are all inlaid into the clay using a traditional mishima process and the decorative colors are hand painted.
Currently she resides in Concord, NH where she continues to produce ceramics in her studio.