Mad Harriet Ceramics by Dale Frances – Funky Handmade Ceramics

A passion for clay, color and low carbon footprint

Mad Harriet Ceramics at Chicago Artisan Market

MadHarriet Ceramics by Dale Frances is a quirky, varied and interesting collection of colorful, hand-built and hand-cast porcelain ceramics.

Shop & support Mad Harriet at the Chicago Artisan Market in Fulton Market on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Morgan MFG (401 N. Morgan St., Chicago). Discover 100 top Chicago and Midwest artisans in food, fashion, home goods + art.

Mad Harriet Ceramics - Dale FrancesDale produces a funky range of homeware and tableware which is inspired directly from discarded disposable packaging and containers and recycled clay tailings. She also teaches many of her techniques of mould making, slip-casting and handbuilding along with decorative techniques in her mindful making workshops that she runs from her peaceful warehouse studio.

The MadHarriet food ware is dishwasher and microwave safe. They can be used for hot and cold liquids. As each piece is hand made, each has its own unique character.

About the Artisan:
Dale Frances is an Australian artist with a BFA, now living in Chicago. After living most of her life in Fremantle, Western Australia, she moved to Chicago in 2018. From her light filled studio in the Avondale neighborhood north of Chicago she works extensively in ceramics and also works with paint and print.

MadHarriet Ceramics by Dale Frances
Chicago, IL

More things to do in Chicago:
• Chicago Artisan Market – Best of the Midwest in Fulton Market and Ravenswood
Oak Brook Artisan Market – 2-Day Outdoor Market in Oak Brook, IL