What Matters to Carey Lowell

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Wall Street Journal Magazine Feature

Town & Country Magazine

The Glazed Age: The Year Everyone Became a Ceramicist


Actress Carey Lowell Embarks On Bi-Costal Ceramic Venture

The East Hampton Star

All Fired Up: Carey Lowell on Ceramics

People Magazine

Carey Lowell Ceramics Featured In PEOPLE Magazine

Hollywood Reporter Feature

Some may know her as the Bond girl in John Glen’s 1989 License to Kill, but actress Carey Lowell enjoys a quieter life these days. Living in the countryside of North Haven, New York, Lowell took advantage of quarantine to fully immerse herself in her love for ceramics.

A Few Of My Favorite Things

Carey partners with Airmail to list a few the products winning in her wardrobe and topping her wish list

1000 Vases (Skira Books)

I’m happy to see my Spur Vases and Triple Polypore Vases featured in the new Skira Books release, 1000 Vases (Volume One by Meet My Project and Pier Paolo Pitacco).

Carey Lowell - Airmail

We loved her as a model, we loved her as an actress, but we really love Carey Lowell as a ceramist.

Humming Bird Ceramics at Lingua Franca

Introducing Humming Bird Ceramics: Last year at a dinner, my friend, Carey Lowell, told me about her small company, Hummingbird Ceramics – handmade pieces made in the most serene studio setting in Katonah, NY – and I was intrigued.

Three alums of the long-running TV franchise are getting creative offscreen.

As evidence that actors are often radically different from their onscreen personae, Lowell has been quietly making pottery ever since she was introduced to clay in high school some 35 years ago.