Pots for quiet moments and joyful gatherings

Floral Pottery

Pots painted with full petaled blooms. Perfect for tea on a patio near the garden, humming with bees and birds through peals of sunlight; or whenever you need to conjure up a peaceful moment.

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Marbled Collection

Porcelain meets a rich red clay - swirled for eternity and draped in a variety of vibrant and dynamic glazes.

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Created by Hand

I make each pot with an eye for function and comfort, and a heart seeking beauty and tranquility.

-Emilie Bouvet-Boisclair

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  • The Garden Grows with Surprises

    The Garden Grows with Surprises

    This Spring painting florals has kept me engaged and exploratory. I paint the fractal-like petals outward with curling leaves around the bloom or stem, imagining them gracefully arcing as though a dancer...

    The Garden Grows with Surprises

    This Spring painting florals has kept me engaged and exploratory. I paint the fractal-like petals outward with curling leaves around the bloom or stem, imagining them gracefully arcing as though a dancer...

  • For you, I paint Dahlias | Preview new Pottery

    For you, I paint Dahlias | Preview new Pottery

    In my grandmother's enormous yard. A yard so large it is cut with a tractor mower on which she spends the afternoon, meditatively tightening the large contours, steering around the...

    For you, I paint Dahlias | Preview new Pottery

    In my grandmother's enormous yard. A yard so large it is cut with a tractor mower on which she spends the afternoon, meditatively tightening the large contours, steering around the...

  • Winter Recipe: Mushroom Walnut Pâté

    Winter Recipe: Mushroom Walnut Pâté

    This recipe is adopted from the Moosewood Cookbook. I’ve been making it since I began cooking for myself, and it was a favorite of mine growing up when my mom...

    Winter Recipe: Mushroom Walnut Pâté

    This recipe is adopted from the Moosewood Cookbook. I’ve been making it since I began cooking for myself, and it was a favorite of mine growing up when my mom...

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