About Us
at a wedding reception

For over 25 years Allen and Pat Littlefield have been engaged in a joint endeavor of creating their artwork and living space. They built their house and studio by themselves (with a little help from their friends) and are still constantly involved in improving and expanding both in the same way they have their ceramic sculpture and paper constructions. In their "spare time" they have landscaped their property, built stone walls, paths in the woods and occasional gardens.

Each piece of artwork is individually created and no two pieces are identical even if they are part of a series. "Sometimes when we start to make a piece we realize we have forgotten how we used to do it and start over again with fresh ideas." The results are always intriguing, but never expect to get a copy of what you see-including what you see in this website.

For the Littlefields their art and lives are intertwined and are constantly influencing each other from the designs they see in nature to the trips they take to building materials and technological items.

If you would like to learn more about Allen and Pat and their work please visit their individual biography pages.

"Bigs" on the hill
Our studio
Guests at a wedding

One of Allen's "kit-bashed" trains.

Working Hard
Courtesy of Allen Bryan

Missy the Monster cat
At a new car "unveiling" party
Pat's Project-draping a dress from a bolt of 14" silk kimono fabric.
Beasty Boy
Pat's Resume
Works in Place
Contact Us
Allen's Resume

Serious Business
Curtesy of Maureen Hausner

Some Blasts from the Past in the 70's
Celebrating in our almost finished house