Keleigh’s artistic path
Keleigh began making pottery in junior high school, continuing through high school. Having never forgotten how much she enjoyed it, she took pottery classes for nine years. After moving to Lansing, KS, she set up a studio and began pouring her heart and soul into the art of pottery.
Sherwood Pottery has both wood fired and electric fire stoneware pottery with a variety of glaze colors. Functional pieces are food, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
Keleigh’s original and unique pottery can be seen and purchased at:
Northland Exposure Artist Gallery
110 Main Street
Parkville, MO 64119