© Five Crows, Natick Center / September 2012
Elizabeth Fieldsteel
Elizabeth took ceramics as a young child and has continuously been drawn back to the pottery wheel at several different times in her life. Since 2010, she succumbed to the calling and made pottery a dominant aspect of her life. Elizabeth’s other passion is teaching, she became a Special Education teacher after graduating from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2007. Elizabeth also started teaching pottery to children and eventually adults at Feet of Clay pottery studio in Brookline Village. Elizabeth has continued to challenge herself in her work by exploring different methods of firing: gas and electric. Elizabeth recently relocated to Northampton where she continues to teach and push herself as an artist. She has always found fulfillment and joy through the production of beautiful art that is functional and can be incorporated into people’s everyday lives.Elizabeth took ceramics as a young child and has continuously been drawn back to the pottery wheel at several different times in her life. Since 2010, she succumbed to the calling and made pottery a dominant aspect of her life. Elizabeth’s other passion is teaching, she became a Special Education teacher after graduating from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2007. Elizabeth also started teaching pottery to children and eventually adults at Feet of Clay pottery studio in Brookline Village. Elizabeth has continued to challenge herself in her work by exploring different methods of firing: gas and electric. Elizabeth recently relocated to Northampton where she continues to teach and push herself as an artist. She has always found fulfillment and joy through the production of beautiful art that is functional and can be incorporated into people’s everyday lives.