I launched a new project on Kickstarter. It has been very successful so far and the project has reached 69% of it’s funding goal in less than 24 hours. I want to thank all the backers for their… Read More
Two more pieces that I just finished for the show in Central City on July 13th. The show runs from noon until about 7pm. I’ll be in front of Harley Hippie’s on Main St.
My process for roughing out the inside of a green wood bowl.
This vessel is inspired by pottery found in an old Roman signal station near Scarborough Castle. It is made from American Beech and flamed to give it a rich color and aged look. This vessel… Read More
Two of my latest works. The Maple tea bowl is inspired by Japanese pottery and features a gold lining. The blue pot draws on influences from many cultures and times.
I just completed two new pieces that continue to explore the classic pottery forms. The beautiful thing about using wood for these decorative pieces is the unique patterns of grain each piece has. You could make ten pieces… Read More
The woodturning process begins with what else? The wood. There are many sources of wood. For many of my projects I use urban hardwoods that otherwise would be headed to the landfill or firewood pile. I first cut… Read More
After looking at several options for selling online I decided to open a store on Etsy. I’ll be adding more items over the next couple of weeks. Hathaway Studios Etsy Shop
A short video showing how I made this “Black on Black” wood pot.
I started a new series of wood pots that I’m calling “Black on Black”. The series is inspired by the work of Maria Martinez the famous San Ildefonso potter.