Sara Pilchman was born and raised in Long Beach and has been making pottery since the age of 6.
After leaving to study music and ceramics at Idyllwild Arts Academy and Museum Studies and Visual Storytelling at Juniata College, she returned home to continue her artistic practice.
Sara currently works at Angels Gate Cultural Center as their Exhibitions Coordinator while managing the non-profit’s ceramics program.
The first time April and I saw the Tiny Pots we fell in love. There is something about their individuality that speaks to you giving each a soul that is uniquely their own. This soul is given to each pot by the potter herself who's bubbly kind personality comes through in each one.
We often hear adopters of these tiny pots say "It just spoke to me.". We feel lucky to be the ones who help each Tiny Pot find its forever home.
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