Pottery for Sale from my Studio

I am integrating my racial justice activism with my craft (pottery) now = craftivism  ( about my craftivism ... finished pieces ). All proceeds from sales of my pottery (and pottery classes) will be donated during the Pandemic to mutual aid groups in the Boston area, and other organizations helping folks who are struggling with food insecurity and more, due to the Pandemic. Video of throwing demos and explaining compassion/donations. I am working on adding more prices to this blog. For now, assume price range of $15-40 each if not otherwise noted.   Things that are pictured together do not need to be sold as a set unless that is noted; the numbers are just noted for communication purposes.   All are food safe and dishwasher safe. And lovingly hand-crafted. Momma Bear, Pappa Bear, and Just Right Baby Bear , cups - $75-90 for the set. (#1) Fiar in the Dark : mug, soup mug, and bowls (#2)... the cup is sold Nature ...leaves and trees: tree serving bowl, big individual bowls with leaf desi

Dag Pottery for Sale at Five Crows in Natick

As of 9/26, the pieces below are now available to be purchased at  Five Crows in Natick .  The prices are different due to the needs of a retail environment. (I receive 50% of the proceeds the store gets, and I will donate all of that to folks who are food insecure, etc., due to the Pandemic.) I will show the new prices as: (5C $).  This work includes my craftivism and compassion pottery. This bowl is called  Stand Up  after a book I wrote using my hubby's, Phil's, photos.  It is about what we can learn from trees for our work as activists. (5C $110) Big Heart for  Equity   #52 - $30-40 (5C $60) Compassion  Cup  #53 - $15-20 (5C $30) Compassion Border  #54 - $25-35 (5C $40) I have learned that folks in marginalized groups often don't feel seen (in our white supremacy culture). And they get judged for what overs in their racial group do/have done negatively. All groups (including groups of white people) have folks doing negative actions but white people in general don't