A Ceramic Studio
& OASIS OF PEACE IN THE FRENZIED HEART OF CENTRAL NEW JERSEY
continues through to June 24, 2024.
Each season small Earthsongs’ creations will be hidden on Main St., free for the taking.
Autumn sculptures were placed there in Autumn, 2023. Look for the Winter ones soon! I will be announcing when they will appear via social media.
These small sculptures are not only a way to continue the anniversary, but to announce Earthsongs’ upcoming solo exhibit at the Gallery at Papillon, Main St. Metuchen, opening Saturday, April 6, and continuing to June 15, 2024.
Welcome to Earthsongs
Welcome to Earthsongs, a fine art ceramic studio creating custom tiles, sculpture and murals for private residences and commercial spaces. While much of the work is done as commissions, often to be permanently installed, the studio also has an exhibition presence with its sculptural wall works in galleries and museums throughout the tri-state area.
Feel as welcome here in our corner of the digital world as you would at Earthsongs’ physical site: and so I invite you to browse, wander, read, ask questions, and contact me if you wish.
Thank you for contributing to the beauty of Capital Health – Hopewell with your two beautiful ceramic murals. They enhance our hospital and offers patients, visitors and employees a respite from the difficulties of the day. Whereas medicine can heal the body, art can heal the soul. We thank you for contributing to our hospital the restorative and healing impact of art.
Healing Arts Program Coordinator,
Capital Health Medical Center
We who now live and work on this small patch of land, acknowledge that it is the ancestral home of the Leni Lenape People. These Indigenous People lived in this area for millennia, built a relationship with the earth, and cared for creation’s gift on this land we know today as Earthsongs. We recognize the tragic and destructive legacy of
violence, racism, and colonialism that forced their removal from this land. We commit ourselves to the unfinished work of healing and justice that we consider a mandate.
-Linda Vonderschmidt-LaStella and Nino P. LaStella
Guardian of Sacred Soil