Rose LeVeque credits her grandfather with starting her on the road to creating pottery. With more than 30 years of experience, he made a pottery studio out of his garage so he could have students.
Her mother joined in and is a full-time functional potter as well. Both Rose's grandfather and mother teach classes in Montana at Great Falls Pottery Company.
Deciding that a cubical job was not for her, Rose quit in order to bring her family a happier lifestyle and started training in Montana for a year.
Now she sells her handmade pottery from her studio in Mesa, Arizona, and, as of December, at the Sedona Artist Market!
Rose's pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, oven-safe and lead-free. When you bring her pottery home with you, you are bringing your grandchildren pottery – this pottery lasts generations.
Rose believes in the earth. She does her very best to recycle and reuse products at her studio. As she says, "We try to make sure we are helping the planet one non-plastic mug at a time."
Stop by the Sedona Artist Market any day from 10-5 to check out Rose's pottery!