We won’t go back to the days of Rita playing with mud on her parent’s farm, but we will go back to 1998.

Until we can rebuild the history page, you can read below.

In 1998, Rita talked Jack Buchler, the owner of the Picker Building in Nashua, NH, into renting her 800 square feet in his building for her private studio. Soon afterward, a young, handsome French man asked her to teach him how to throw. That was the beginning of Warm Stone Studio. Below is a page of her website in 2004, just a few months before she sold the studio and moved to Western PA.

In 2005, in Western PA she moved studio operations into a temporary location called the ‘Clay House’. And in 2006 she moved again into to a permanent place she and her husband built called: “Windblown Studio”