Lynne Puhalla’s connection with nature is evident throughout her work, as many of her pieces incorporate the leaves, vines and flowers that grow in her extensive English-style gardens.
“I love working and experimenting with the use of form, shape and texture,” Lynne shares. “I have always had a passion for weaving and basketry, but when I was exposed to ceramics through friends who were potters, I found that getting my hands into clay was a natural. So rather than choosing between the two mediums, I decided to pursue both.”
Come see Lynne Puhalla’s unique designs at the 31st Annual Manchester Fall Art and Craft Festival, October 4-6 at Riley Rink in Manchester, Vermont.