Not only does Palmer make pots to die for,
she grows dahlias, keeps bees and makes heavenly cakes (trust me on the latter), – all of which play an interconnected role in her creative ecosystem. She also takes all her own photographs.
For those of you who want to learn more about Palmer, you’re in luck- her debut book Life in the Studio, Inspiration and Lessons on Creativity comes out later this month. (I pre-ordered mine months ago).
And for those based near Connecticut, Palmer has two shows opening this month – a photography exhibition at Wave Hill exhibiting a selection of photographs from her book.
The photographs bring together the abundance of her garden with the individuality of each vessel she creates.