​Fallasburg Artist page


I have been a full time potter since 1980. I started out throwing flower pots for a ceramic teacher from LCC. I learned my art from his studio. He took me to a few Art Events and clay became my full time passion after that. My work has always had a carved and tactile surface. At first my designs were simple and earthy, browns and rust colored pots with textured sides. I moved to carved flowers and to the freely designed folk art scenes I do today that are colorful and happy. I like to tell a story on the each piece. It is not just a cat but a cat watching bugs in a colorful meadow under a bright sun or a rural scene with a barn, river, forest, farm land and animals. I want each one to have a meaning and bring a smile. For the last 10 years I have started to use real live plants on some of my work. I love the intricacy of the natural structure that is left behind after the plant is burned out of the clay. I add color and eclectic items to those pieces, stamps I made, floating textures or unique patterns. All my work is one of a kind.

223 W Main Street

Lowell, MI 49331


Artist Market Hours:

January 2 to 23

TUES thru FRI  10am-6pm

SAT 12pm-5pm


LowellArts is accessible to all visitors – whatever their ability. Ramped entrance directly accessible from the handicapped parking area. Automatic door accessibility. Wheelchair accessible restrooms and pathways. Certified Service Animals welcome. Feel free to call in advance of your visit so we can accommodate any special needs.

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LowellArts is supported by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.