About Walker's Pawtery
Walker’s ceramic art is primarily wheel-thrown, and is fired to stoneware (2200° F). Each piece is a celebration of its respective wild creature, crafted into a functional design, and is food-safe, oven-proof, and microwavable. Kiln firings are fueled exclusively by solar power from a grid-tied system.
Faith exhibited her work at the Coconino Center for the Arts' "It's Elemental" fine arts exhibition and the High Country Conference Center Art Gallery Exhibition in Flagstaff, Arizona. Her tracks have been used for filming by National Geographic WILD.
Pawtery is regularly donated to non-profits, and 10% of all sales go to support wildlife conservation efforts.
Walker's Pawtery is made to order: you select the piece, print, and glaze.
Prices: Tiles $30 each; Mug, Bowl, or Plate $50 each; Stein $60; Salad Bowl $160; Large Platter $200.
Being a natural born Walker, Faith keeps her pack light on hikes and adventures by using Fuji X-T1 and T2 mirrorless cameras. Like her pawtery, she makes photos to celebrate and promote wildlife and wild places.
In 2011 Faith won the Flagstaff Photography Center's Emerging Artist Award, selected by Arizona Highways Magazine photo editor Jeff Kida, and in 2017 she made it to the second round of Nature's Best Photography Africa competition.