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From potter Marcia Hudson. “Life is precious, fragile and short.  Live with kindness and mindfulness.”

 

Waterfall glaze fluted bowl, vase and tray by Marcia Hudson.

Signed and dated by the potter.

 

“I fire in my own kiln with low fire glazes, which until a few years ago were all purchased redi-made, but lately I have ventured out into the challenging world of chemicals and recipes and am quite proud of my very own home made glazes.”

 

“I am a functional potter and tend to make anything that can be used in everyday life.”

Willow green cream and sugar pottery set by Marcia Hudson.

Signed and dated by the potter.

Wood pedestals hand built for Marcia Hudson by Scott Hudson.

 

Marcia Hudson’s  pottery on display at Fairweather’s.

 

 

“My husband and I have moved all over this country following his career. Once my five children were grown, I knew I would need a “hobby” to fill my time and fell in love with the medium of clay from the first moment sitting at the wheel. I never imagined I would someday call myself a ceramic artist.

After 20 years of classes, workshops and thousands of hours of working/playing in clay and making glazes, I finally have my own studio in my new home in Cannon Beach.

We are so thrilled to be living in this lovely area with so much beauty and relaxing vibe. You cannot help be inspired by just taking a walk.

I am a functional potter and tend to make anything that can be used in everyday life. I love handles and tend to lean to the whimsical.

Most recently, I have enjoyed working on different shapes and designs that are done on flat surfaces.” Marcia Hudson, potter.

 

 

I  am working on my favorite designs which are unique birdhouses that inspire thoughts of fairies who live amongst our feathered friends. MS

Marcia Hudson’s pottery on display in the Fairweather House and Gallery front entry.

 

Photos by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall.

 

Fun fact: Linda Fenton-Mendenhall’s  photos for the Fairweather Gallery are being posted to: https://www.instagram.com/fairweatherhouseandgallery/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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