Rita and Fred, her husband, relocated to Western PA. They sold
the Warm Stone Studio, their house, junked their rusty van and
moved to Rochester Mills, PA to build a new studio. They established
The Clay House in Marchand,
PA and started building on property they owned nearby. By the
end of 2006, classes moved to Windblown Studio, a
building designed and built to provide a stimulating, peaceful
and open learning environment.
here to go to the history page.
studio consists of over 1600 square feet, tall ceilings and
lots of light. It has six potters wheels, electric kiln, and
plans to build a gas kiln.
studio is fully equipped for wheel throwing, handbuilding, or
is located on a country road, far enough away from traffic and
the hustle and bustle of life to provide a sanctuary for creativity
studio is designed to be transformed from a pottery studio to
accomodiate special events, like yoga
shows, Raku events,
or parties (this
link opens a 50 second video).
loves change. She embraces it with ease and energy. Don't be
surprised that on your next visit to the studio, you will see
something new, different, or redesigned.
more about the people behind Windblown Studio click on Rita