Hands in Clay NM
jodi indigo is the creative mom behind Hands in Clay NM she is an entrepreneur, graphic artist and ceramist as well as a hobby farmer. Her studio is a place where the old world meets with the new; it is buzzing with 3d printers, kids, and cats.
"My family and I work together in our home studio(s) to create a playful line of ceramic ornaments and gifts that are really quite unique. We take pride in using locally sourced clay from the Manzano Mountains where we live in New Mexico! Our ornaments and decor are visually captivating and serve as beautiful representations of the land from which the clay originates.
We do all the work, from line drawing through the finished designs, ourselves, including the 3d printing. Our children have been involved in the craft as part of their home school curriculum since they were young. They are highly skilled and creative and now have their hand in all parts of the process including graphic design, 3d printing, raw clay work, glazing, and interacting with our audience at various local shows.
Our philosophy is centered around making our art accessible to many by keeping it small and approachable insuring that our products are available at a reasonable price, and by creating a variety of designs that appeal to a wide audience. We enjoy what we do and feel satisfaction knowing that our customers really appreciate our work." ~jodi