Feature: Yummy Magazine, July 2013 Issue

This is, by far, one of my most favorite write-ups on my stoneware plates. I like how all the important experiences that have shaped me into a potter have been beautifully put into words – there’s my solo trip to Sagada for the whole of last summer to focus on wheel throwing;  my travel back home by public bus […]

Commissioned Wedding Ring Stoneware Plate

I made this stoneware plate especially for Melody’s wedding. She has requested for a pastel-colored ring plate, which goes well with the off white color of the clay. The bride and groom’s initials were stamped before the first firing. I can’t wait to go back to the mountains to get the pots and drinking bowls […]

Elle Decor Philippines, February Issue

The other night, Arlene (of Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects Gallery) texted me that the February issue of Elle Decor Philippines has been released! I was so excited to see my stoneware plates and hand-carved rubber stamps featured in one of the sections. This wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for 10a Alabama – a place, […]

December Stoneware Plate Collection

Though I got to choose the colors when I was glazing these plates, I didn’t know how they would turn out after getting fired in the kiln twice. I wasn’t even sure if they would survive. After several days of waiting, my December Plates are finally here, earthen and thankful :) PS The blue and teal+white plates […]

IamMeg.Ph features handmade accessories and whatnot

  Wyatt Ong, the online editor of IamMeg.ph, went to the art fair last weekend at 10a Alabama. In this article, she talks about her unique finds – handmade accessories and trinkets  – made by 10a Alabamers. I am so happy when I found out that my stoneware platitos are on her list! Thank you, […]


* Stoneware * Fired twice in a pugon (kiln) * Glazed by handmade Pale Orange P395, 4.75 inches SOLD: Powder Blue, 4.75 inches White P350, 4 inches *** I will be selling these handmade platitos at the 10a Alabama Arts and Crafts Fair this weekend. From this batch, there are several pieces I’m keeping for […]

Dazed and Glazed

Dana’s right. I have designed a curriculum for myself this semester – as I am currently on LOA at UP. My time is spent on tutoring French, pottery, print making, postcard making, Hey Kessy projects, and sometimes, even sticker cutting.  Every 15th and 30th of the month, I’m broke because of  new art materials and […]