TOAfter 20 years living in London, Maria De Haan was ready for a change. The problem was that, as an acclaimed ceramist, she needed specific equipment and space to work.
“I had family and friends in Mallorca who urged me to visit, so I decided to go there, drive and stop when I found a suitable ceramics studio to rent,” says Maria, 44. “The place where I found one happened to be in Deià.”
Since he started working at the studio, he says he has never looked back. He bought and renovated a stone house in the hills between Deia and Soller from where, in his open-air studio, he produces ceramics and offers courses and workshops throughout the summer.
“Deia is so visually attractive, so