Lisa's dad taught her to throw pots at age 13 and she attempted to survive as a potter in her 20's. But she became a nurse practitioner for 35 years. 2 weeks after she retired she returned to pottery at Mudflat Pottery Studio and has been ecstatic, happily ever after, covered in mud.
I attempt to create unique pieces that feel wonderful to the hands as they are used, pots that enhance the flavor of food with their beauty. I'm always experimenting in different surfaces on functional pots, using glazes to emphasize the design. I get bored making the same thing.