Owner and Artist:
How the online shop works
I launch quarterly
Producing for months at a time gives me the creative freedom to make mistakes and experiment with material, form and color. It is a privilege to be able to produce work that I really do enjoy, this only happens through days in the studio where I can afford to make many mistakes. Every time you purchase a piece off my online shop you enable me to continue forth with this creative process, you encourage me and at the end of the day keep my hands making!
Spring Online Shop coming March 2019!
However; I can only make so much work even in a few months, packaging and running to the post office pulls me out of the studio more than you think it would. So keeping the shop up for a month concentrates all this, and gives me time to produce and invest in other companies(which I equally love)
Just a few of the brands I am and have worked with.
Fawns Leap http://www.fawnsleap.com
River North Workshop https://www.rivernorthworkshop.co
Hygge Life https://www.hyggelife.com
Silver Grizzly Espresso http://silvergrizzlyespresso.com
Manofatto gift boxes http://manofattoshop.com
Light Provision Candles https://www.lightprovisions.com
Amethyst coffee https://www.amethystcoffee.co
having a hard time getting ahold of me?
If it has been more than a week since I have replied to you never hesitate to send another email, I'm the one running this one-man-band and sometimes things get messy.
Here’s a little more about the company!
Based in Aurora Colorado, Mortar and Stone is located in Jubilee Roasting Company. So come get some great coffee and hang out, I’d love to meet you!
Why the name?
Mortar, holds things together,
Stone in the English definition is
‘Sediment shaped for a purpose’
Some of the most intentional conversations often happen over a cup of coffee or a meal. The importance of good design has driven me to the pursuit of making intentionally designed goods for people’s homes.
Erin Pattullo is behind the making at Mortar and Stone, from the ceramics themselves, to the website, instagram, photography, shipping, and every little thing in between.
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design
under professor Matt Harris