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.
Carey Lowell – For The Holidays
FOR ME: A gas kiln for firing my work, so I can achieve the beautiful results that I can’t get in my electric kiln. I’M GIVING: Handmade porcelain ceramics, of course! FAVORITE HOLIDAY TRADITION: A bottle of Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé champagne on Christmas morning, while opening gifts.
Life in Order from WAG Magazine
Carey Lowell might not exactly be a household name, but she’s certainly a familiar face to many. Just click on the TV and you’re likely to see her in one of her most famous roles – as Bond girl Pam Bouvier in “License to Kill” or assistant district attorney Jamie Ross on “Law & Order.”