Clay Creations is an established Bay St Louis business founded by Jenise McCardell in 1980. Jenise is joined by her husband Mark Currier, her mother Nancy McCardell and her daughter Devon Westin in the creation of clay plaques of regional architecture. All of the clay art pieces are made in the historic building on the corner of Toulme and Main in Old Town Bay St. Louis.
In 2007, Clay Creations and Gallery 220 were awarded "Businesses of the Year" by the Hancock County Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of their efforts in rebuilding the Old Town area after Hurricane Katrina.
In addition to the many clay creations available in the working studio/retail store, Jenise is happy to create plaques featuring your own home or business.
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