The name AnimalHouse and first company logo was created more than 15 years ago, after having her 4th son. "Having 4 wild little boys and a slew of pets, some traditional and some not so much, AnimalHouse just seemed to speak to who I was" says Haigh. It was not until after her divorce and being joined by her now wife and partner, Jessica Williams, that the vision became a reality.
Together, they have formed a brand of original pottery and rustic art. All their work is made at their home "in the creepy basement with the toads and spiders to watch." In a busy and crazy life of being the parents of 4 boys, teaching preschool, coaching, finishing their own degrees at local colleges and caring for the menagerie of animals they own together these ladies still create art, follow their dreams and always encourage others to do the same.
"We may not have it all together, but together we have it all."
Both Jessica's enjoy making their artwork, sharing it with others and being active members of the community. This is what led them to join their first gallery and local art community, Boom Town Makers Market of Fort Payne AL. Since then, they have begun to make a name for themselves in other communities as well, by teaching classes and attending festivals and art shows all around North Alabama. They hope to attract collectors and crafters from all levels of skill and experience alike. AnimalHouse offers a full schedule of classes and private parties for every level of artist. Visit a class or show. They can't wait to meet you and see what you create.