Peggy has been involved in the creative arts all of her life. She was surrounded by very talented people in her own family.
They explored many different mediums throughout her childhood, creating a great foundation for her talent to grow and develop. While there were multiple exposures to some clays during the early years, it wasn’t until twenty years ago that Peggy was introduced to stoneware clay and the pottery wheel. The connection was immediate and hasn’t stopped since. Whether throwing or handbuilding, Peggy loves the challenges and the opportunity for creativity and individuality as she makes her pieces. She has a flair for unique and creative pieces that tend to grow and mature with experience. Textured pieces that just beg to be touched are evident in most of her work. Color is very thought provoking and speaks to Peggy, begging to be explored and exploited.