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January 12th, 2019 | Posted by Rosalind Weinberger

Another year is here and it’s time to get moving into the new year with energy, motivation and new work. I will always love functional work and will continue making it on an order basis. The year 2019 is the year to focus on my art, my true passion. There will be a lot of… Read more »

RAKU Pottery

October 6th, 2018 | Posted by Rosalind Weinberger

RAKU POTTERY is an ancient Japanese technique. The final firing is done in a gas kiln and the pieces are fired to 1800 degrees. Then they are placed in a container with combustible material. Once the wood shavings are on fire the container is closed to cut off the oxygen. This creates the lusters and textures. Every… Read more »

Horsehair Pottery

September 11th, 2018 | Posted by Rosalind Weinberger

HORSEHAIR POTTERY is originally a Native American process for firing clay pieces. The first firing is done in an electric kiln and are fired to 1800 degreesThe final firing is done in a gas kiln and the pieces are fired to 1000 degrees. The pots are removed from the kIln by using tongs. We always make… Read more »

A New Season

March 26th, 2018 | Posted by Rosalind Weinberger

As last year came to an end I knew that I would need to rest up and then start to prepare for 2018. Now spring is around the corner and I have been working and looking forward to the start of a new season. i cherish the people I meet throughout the year and am… Read more »


June 6th, 2017 | Posted by

You know how we get up in the morning and know that the day ahead will be great? I get up like this most days and I am right on those days too. I’m feeling pretty lucky knowing that I get to do my passion everyday.Sitting at my wheel creating pieces or trimming them. I… Read more »


April 30th, 2017 | Posted by

I love doing art festivals! Tonight I got back after 10 days where I exhibited at 2 Sugar Loaf shows in Maryland. There are so many wonderful things that happen when participating in shows. The first being the people you meet. Ninety nine percent of them are truly interested in your art. When you see them… Read more »

Can I use this mug for coffee? Tea? Hot Chocolate?

February 18th, 2017 | Posted by

When I am exhibiting at an art festival, I often hear great work but is it  food safe? Can use it for my coffee tea, hot chocolate? Yes, my mugs are hand made by me and glazed with food safe. Kitchenware made in the USA are generally food safe, however, you can’t be so sure… Read more »