Happy Solstice, everyone. About 40 new pots have arrived in the store. Lots of mugs, hugs, and light from the kiln. It was a 25hr firing that got nice and HOT. Cone 11. Tons of ash. Special thanks to Molly Cantor who was a great help and cohort.
Love and light to all,
Thanks for finding me on the web. Take some time and explore my site. It has a little bit of something for everyone.
As you'll see, my current and past trajectory in ceramics is wide ranging. From a year-long apprenticeship with Toshiko Takaezu, to a 3-yr MFA experience at SJSU, teaching, building kilns, and making pots, I've been constantly impressed by the breadth of the clay community and its vast connectivity.
I began working in clay when I was 13yrs old, taking a twice-a-week elective class at the Umbrella Arts Center in Concord, MA. Since then, I've been so fortunate to cross paths with many teachers and work in over ten different clay studios during the last 20 years.
Like my work, the life I've made in clay is soft, easily taking the imprints from friends, teachers, and a wide array of experiences along the way. Enjoy checking out my site and keep in touch.