Nancy Bowman began working with clay in 2005, when she joined the faculty of the Emerson Waldorf School in North Carolina and accompanied a 10th grade class to the town of Seagrove, home to dozens of potters. She and the students had the chance to sit down at the wheel for an afternoon and she fell in love with the practical art of ceramics. She has been trying for the past dozen years to find time in the studio while continuing to share her love of history with students in the classroom — now at the Seattle Waldorf High School.
The pieces she produces are small, one-of-a-kind, and intended for use. (All are food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.) Until recently, Nancy has made pottery only for family and the occasional gift. She hopes that others can find a place for a well-turned mug, yarn-bowl, or berry bowl in their home as well.
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