About the Artist
It all began back in 2013 when I rediscovered my love for clay while earning my Associates of Fine Art degree. Upon taking Ceramics 101, I was struck with inspiration and developed my Happy Kitty Mug concept. Shortly after, I started my business under the name Happy Kitty Ceramics and started selling my work at art shows. Since then, I’ve rebranded to better represent the breadth of my body of work while remaining true to my whimsical roots.
Now Offering Kintsugi Repair Services
I have recently begun practicing the Japanese art of kintsugi using traditional techniques and genuine urushi lacquer. If you have a damaged piece you are interested in having me work on, please reach out for more information and a cost estimate. I will add some images of my repair projects in the near future as I finish them.