Do you know…

…Linda Garrabrandt?

While Linda Garrabrandt was molding clay into beautiful hand-made pieces, she was also a professional chef – creating and cooking food for her family’s catering business and working in industrial kitchens as well as holding a position as Project Director in big pharma! Over the years, Linda experimented with varied mediums including; oil painting, watercolors, and arts & craft techniques until she discovered her true passion… clay! When Linda discovered the thrill of pulling pots out of a kiln at 1750 degrees and placing them onto flammable substances resulting in breathtaking effects, a pyromaniac was born!

Linda Garrabrandt has been fortunate to have worked with and trained under some of the foremost potters in the USA. She is constantly striving to increase her knowledge, fine-tune her skills, and master new techniques. As Linda and her work continue to evolve, she loves to share her passion with others.

Linda’s works have been on exhibit in ARTSCAP, The Clay Place, Sally D Francesco Gallery at Peters Valley, Missouri State Western University, Asbury Park, Artworks Gallery, and Belmar Arts Council, just to name a few! She is a member of the Potters Council, Peters Valley Art Center, Potters Guild of NJ, and National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA).

Linda’s works are sold at the Main Avenue Galleria in Ocean Grove, NJ, The Art Factory of White Mills, White Mills, PA and at fine art shows throughout NY, NJ and PA. While prices are varied, some begin as low as $15.00! To see (and purchase) some of her unique, one-of-a-kind pieces or take a class in “wheel-throwing” and “hand-building”, visit The Art Factory of White Mills.