Stone Studio: 1998 - 2005
took roots in 1998 when Rita started Warm
Stone Studio in Nashua, New Hampshire. It grew into a successful
pottery studio where local area potters could go and find a stimulating
environment to create in clay.
House: 2005 - 2006
Clay House was part of the plan to relocate Warmstone Studio
from New Hampshire to Western PA. Rita started Warmstone Studio
in 2000 as a place to make and sell her own pottery The plan
was to move the studio temporarily to the Rochester Mills area,
while Rita and her husband, Fred, would design and build a larger,
permanent, studio their property nearby.
was to serve northern Indiana County, Jefferson County, Punxsutawney,
Indiana, DuBois, Smicksburg and the near Western PA area. Rita
didn't want to wait for the new studio to be finished, so they
purchased a two house on Rt 119, in Marchand, and turned the first
floor into a gallery and small studio.
a small space, but effective. It served the purpose to become
know in the area before moving to the new studio 2 1/2 miles away.
Studio: Building 2005 - 2006
of Windblown Studio took one year, two months, and 16 days. Until
the webmaster can figure out how to condense that time down to
a few pictures, you can see the whole building by click on this
Studio and beyond - 2006 - forever
where or what Rita and Fred have in mine for the future. This
sections shows major events in the Windblown Studio life.
to be supplied