We’re really looking forward to bringing our brand-new wood-fired work to “the Fair“, our biggest show of the year. Join us at Mt. Sunapee Resort in Newbury, NH, August 1st – 9th, for the 82nd Annual League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair. It’s a fantastic – and big! – show, so look for Two Potters in […]
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Back in June, we opened our Etsy shop, TwoPotters. Today at noon EST we’ll be posting some new work. Here’s a little preview . . . personally, I’m kind of excited about this new “coffee can” design I made in rustic white. :) Birds, bikes, and flowers . . . having fun with the […]
Recently, I’ve fallen in love with early mornings again. When I was living in New Hampshire, and firing twice a year at my friend Jody’s wood kiln in Maine, my preferred shift started at 4 am. It meant an early bedtime, and a groggy start, but I was so fond of tending that fire while […]
Everything is moving a little slower around here these days (OK, maybe it’s just ME that’s moving slower!), but I’ve finally gotten a nice selection of new wood-fired pottery photographed and posted for sale in our online shop. Here are some photo highlights of what’s available (each photo is a direct link to the piece […]
We’re excited to have some brand-new wood-fired work in our online shop to celebrate the arrival of fall. Here are a few photos. To see more of our latest work, please check out our shop! ~Becca and Nathan
I had forgotten how much I love ‘discovering’ a new piece of pottery slowly over many mornings. Seeing it in new light, turning it over to find new fingerprints left from its maker, the sustained pleasure of determining which tea tastes best. I slow down a little. As a maker, it is so nice to be reminded of these simple joys. I imagine others, in sunny kitchens or home offices, slowly discovering the joy of something we have made.
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They say if you don’t like the weather in Vermont, wait five minutes. The day dawned with a quick ski around our snowy land (very important to exercise Lego the puppy before cooping him up in the studio for a bunch of hours!), and finished with a mud-boots-walk around bare, wet fields. By afternoon, the […]
It’s been a busy fall here on our “pottery farm,” as we like to call home. (For now, at least, the primary crop on this farm is pottery.) It’s hard to believe it’s already time to put on the flannel-lined work pants in front of the wood stove! But there’s nothing like the impending winter […]
We are really pleased to be included in this group of 50 potters for the upcoming Cup and Mug Invitational at the Artisans Gallery in Northampton, Massachusetts. The show opens this Friday, November 12th, from 5 to 7pm, and if I’m doing my math correctly, there should be over 300 handmade cups and mugs! Here’s […]