‘sound of a dragonfly wing at rest’

Fundy Mud Pottery, of local clay, is sold at our summer market table Old Church Farmers Market Saturdays 2807 Main Street Hillsborough NB, where I play B Kurd Rav Drum and bass 2.3 Shakuhachi as Jampan with passing children.   

Best video friend Ryan, (who did Ruth-Ann’s Linocut film) partnered to produce a Fundy Mud gathering and clay processing music video: 

Have just a small winter by the stove retirement production, don’t sell on-line, play music at art events when invited.  Episodically active with CLIMATE ART WEB and the NB Conservation Council Harm To Harmony art group. I seem to rebuild kilns a lot.

Is it 2023?  Finished building several copper shakuhachi flutes, a West African Kora is in rebuild, winter pot production has started and a gig is coming up.    

tea bowl
Personal Fundy Mud tea bowl with pewter kintsugi repair and wave texture.


Another ‘small home,’ of recycled materials. Just put in a made up woodstove, loft, enough solar to turn on the lights. I come here to process materials, listen to the river, but in the music link below, hear all my work ambition wash away…      

       email at Fundymudpottery@gmail.com to talk mud or construction


 Above is co-rabblization with Ralph Simpson featured at Sunbury Shores

Said goodbye to the Big Ugly Pot. Conservation Council Of NB will use it for letters to the 15th meeting of the parties on Biodiversity in Montreal, then re-gift it to Nature Canada. Made of my dug Fundy Mud as a once-fire cone 04, with porcelain slip sourced from mine tailing pond waste.