The Putney (VT) Garden Tour was held last weekend and I was honored to have my work exhibited at Sun Ledge Farm for the tour. The tour included five private perennial and vegetable gardens in Putney, The Putney School gardens and farm, the Putney Central School garden and orchard, and the “Gardens on Rice Mountain” […]
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I will be showing my work Friday and Saturday May 10 and 11 at the Berkshire Botanical Garden’s annual Plant Sale in Stockbridge, MA. Gardeners from across the New England will find thousands of plant to choose from and a handful of regional artisans offering goods to make your outdoor living space more inviting and beautiful. I […]
The weather has turned and gardening season is upon us! I just unloaded two series of new work from the kiln: first, a group of slim pieces that would make lovely, understated destination points or that could be placed as “posts” suggesting an itinerary through the garden. Second, I got a stunningly beautiful glaze combination […]
A studio visitor recently said to me, “Your pots feel like crystalized music. They are still and moving at the same time.” In a recent conversation with gallery staff at West Branch Gallery in Stowe, VT I found myself reflecting on this comment and my background as a professional classical guitarist. How do music and […]
Steve’s work was recently featured in an exhibit at The Boston Flower and Garden Show. The exhibit, by Tom Wheaton and Christine Kendall Quinby, won four awards, including an award for effective use of garden ornaments. To watch a video of the exhibit, click here. Here’s what the designers had to say about the space: […]
I am thrilled with my current show at the shop and studio of goldsmith and platinumsmith David Walter at 81 Main Street in Brattleboro. David is a designer, artist and craftsman of the highest order, and I am honored to have my work as the inaugural show in his new Master Craft Gallery. The space […]
Garden Design online is a great resource for garden design ideas. We recently came across the site’s first d.pub (digital publication) which presents ideas on art and ornament in the garden. Their recommendations on using pots in the garden are in line with Gordon Hayward’s suggestions, offered under the “About” tab of our website.