about the artist

    Claudia Teachman started making small potter's clay animals in 1996 as creative relief from the rest of her very busy life. She kept some, gave some away and then realized she had a marketable product and an opportunity to be involved in type of work that she found stimulating, interesting and very enjoyable.

     When her very practical mom commented, "These are cute, but what can you do with them," Teachman was inspired to develop a functional line of animal motif pottery that marries characteristics of her original clay animals with everyday forms such as mugs, bowls, salt and pepper sets, money banks, vases, pitchers, honey pots, sugar bowls, utensil holders and cups.
    All of her unique pieces are individually handcrafted and fired in the kilns at the Brattleboro Clayworks where she is one of the members. 

    Teachman sells her pottery at craft shows in New England (click on "list of shows" on the side bar) and via email inquiries (contact her at: brownbunnypottery@gmail.com).

You can also take a "virtual tour" of her booth by clicking on the images on the Tour My Booth at a Recent Show page!