Sharon Galbraith began dabbling with clay in 1992. Early on, she concentrated on technique and decorative artistry. In recent years, she has experimented with glaze combinations to create wonderful hues and bright contrasts. Inspired by nature and it's beauty, Sharon incorporates natural textures in many pieces. Her nature carvings compliment the form in a harmonious fashion. Most of Sharon's pottery is high fired in an oxidation atmosphere in her electric kiln. During the summers, when it's too hot to fire the electric kiln, Sharon experiments with alternative firings. Whether she is working on a functional piece or an artistic form, you will appreciate both the tactile and visual beauty of her work.