David Farrel from Glazed and Confused Pottery - Hood Street Art center resident Artist - Photo by Jessica from Beauty Unveiled Studios

David Farrell

When making mugs or bowls, I like to think I'm making someone's new favorite mug. It is my goal that everything I make will be just the right thing for someone. Most of my pottery is intended to be used to eat, drink or cook with.

David has been making utilitarian wares for close to 30 years. Through multiple career and life changes and relocations over the years, he has always returned to working with clay. At this time he is a full time potter, making utilitarian-ware, folk-style pottery, and art pottery. He teaches lessons in his studio at The Hood Street Art Center in McDonough, Georgia. David’s pottery can be seen at The Hood Street Arts Center, Queen Bee Coffee, Arts Clayton, as well as numerous shows around Middle and North Georgia.

David Farrel from Glazed and Confused Pottery - Hood Street Art center resident Artist - Photo by Jessica from Beauty Unveiled Studios

David Farrel, Clay Artist – Photo: Beauty Unvelied Studios