The gallery, a building that used to be attached to the house, and reportedly once housed fugitive slaves as part of the underground railroad, now stands to the left of the old stone pool, nestled back almost into the woods. At any given time, you’ll find here an array of functional pots: cups and bowls, butter dishes and teapots, vases and jars, plates and serving platters, ovoid jugs and pitchers. In the last few years, Mark has also been making larger scale pots such as the ones pictured at right—still bottles, but made anthropomorphic by their scale. These range in height from about a foot and a half to four feet tall.
Gallery visitors welcome at all times, but call ahead to be sure we’re here.