Platter: Union

Platter: Union

Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick

"We unite in love ...a choice to walk...hand in hand...together create...a path...a dream...a vision...to be... two and ONE to be...in Love…"

Noelle VanHendrick's poem "Union" is inscribed by her husband, Eric Hendrick, on this wheel thrown platter.

Easy to hang or use to serve up some tasty treats!

Approximately: 3’’ x 14’’ x 14’’

All platters have their own unique character due to their handmade nature.

$260

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About the Artist


Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick

Noelle VanHendrick & Eric Hendrick are a powerhouse wife and husband team working under the name of ZPOTS, a prolifically producing small studio pottery located in southern Vermont. The couple is joined by a magnificent crew of artisans that help make it all happen. ZPOTS serve the common ritual of humanity offering gentle reminders of what matters most. ZPOTS’s mission is to create world peace… One pot at a time… Beginning at the heart and home… Their art is their activism.

“The ‘art’ of our work is not the work itself… the experiences and the moments cultivated around the pieces… the genuine feeling that happens when you are with them… give them… and receive them… that is the art…” ~Noelle