Tabbatha Henry has been working with clay for over thirty years. Her love affair with clay began when she was a young child and continued through college, apprenticeships, an MFA program at the School for American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and finally, the launch of her ceramic studio, Tabbatha Henry Designs.
Tabbatha works in an old grist mill overlooking a river in Northern Vermont. The river, landscape, trees, weather, shadows, light, and other aspects of the natural world inspire her as she creates translucent porcelain candleholders, lighting, vases, and custom sculptural installations. Her work is luminous, minimal, and elegant. It reflects her love of nature, her deep appreciation for the medium, a strong sense of design, and the mastery of craft that she has developed over the years.