Debby Wyatt recently opened Centered Clay Studio in a beautiful space in Kennett Square where everybody can discover the joy of creating with clay, writes Tara Smith for The Daily Local News.
“When you’re at the wheel, you breathe,” said Debby Wyatt. “There’s nothing like it, and it’s so exciting to come away with a physical object you’ve made.”
The studio offers clay arts education along with open studio access for all artists, no matter their level of expertise.
The building housing the studio was built in 1922 by the Italian American Club. Wyatt has given new life to the historic structure and describes its vibe as “open, industrial, and warm.”
Wyatt picked up pottery as a hobby 14 years ago. After taking a series of classes, she began doing “studio grunt work,” including unloading kilns, reclaiming clay, and mixing glazes.
Soon, her hobby turned into a passion and she began researching and gathering ideas for her studio. Now that she has achieved her dream of opening her own space, she is excited to both teach others and continue learning herself.
Read more about Centered Clay Studio in The Daily Local News.