She looks forward to growing her practice in her new studio this next year, drawing inspiration from the mountains, rivers and forests that surround her workspace!
You can visit Mandy on the TwispWorks campus, or see her most Saturdays, April through October, at the Methow Valley Farmers Market.
Mandy also sell her beautiful and functional ware online. Visit her website at foxtailpottery.com.
Mandy Shoger started and grew her ceramics practice in Seattle, but now lives and works in Twisp, where she enjoys spending more time outdoors and in the mountains. Her studio and storefront can be found on the Twispworks Campus, in building #9.
Her pottery is thrown on the wheel and is made from a dark colored stoneware clay body, that contrasts with her glaze colors and highlights her bold pattern designs. Her work is primarily functional and is designed for everyday use.