Handmade Pottery Bowls Inspired By Nature
Each of my handmade serving pieces is made from clay slabs impressed with my own unique linoleum carvings. My ceramics are inspired by the flora and fauna of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where I now live and have my studio.
I studied ceramics in the mountains of Seto, Japan and then became a textile designer in London and New York. Pattern, texture and color combine to create my signature "Ascher look." My functional yet unusual pottery bowls, plates and trays are unlike any you will find in stores.
As my journey evolves, so do my unique pieces. Each kiln load brings forth something fresh for your collection. The warmth of artist-designed, handmade ceramics will enrich your life.
Nesting Loon Tray-Blue
I am a Juried Member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. My handmade ceramics are for sale at the League Galleries in Concord, Hooksett, Littleton, Meredith and Nashua. I also participate in the annual crafts fair every August at Lake Sunapee, NH.
A wonderful cooperative of artists in the growing arts hub of White River Junction, Vermont. A selection of my pottery bowls are available here.
Fuller Craft Museum is an arts and crafts museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, 25 miles south of Boston. If you have never visited, it is a rare treat for lovers of fine craft. The shop includes ceramics by many of America's finest artists.