Melissa Greene decided at the age of fourteen that she wanted to work with clay, and studied at the New England College and Wesleyan University. The imagery on her pots comes from her childhood spent in Podunk, Connecticut, and in the mountains of Maine. When she was a child, a trip to Norway exposed her to a culture in which people depended upon their relationship with nature to survive. These life experiences have led Greene to decorate her ceramic pots with incised images of nature, animals, myths, rituals, women, and scenes of daily life.
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