Making teapots can be a lot of fun. This is what I discovered after ending an unintentional teapot hiatus. Some of my students at Krueger Pottery were curious about teapots, so I started all of these in class. After realizing they could be more than just demonstration work, I carefully took them home to the studio and just finished them up today. They are made from red, mid-fire clay, and are coated with a couple different types of porcelain slip. To be fired soon…
Jon McMillan and Erica Iman put together a Southern Illinois University Edwardsville alumni show for NCECA this year in Kansas City! A reception is being held Wednesday, March 16th, 8:30 – 11:00pm at the Morton Ballroom, 3936 Main St. Kansas City, MO 64111. I will be showing one of my concrete, wood, metal and ceramic sculptures. See you there!
I had the pleasure of working with the Dean of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley to create a series of five, 6x6x6″ sculptures to be awarded to distinguished alumni. All of the compositions use cast concrete, polished brass, glazed ceramic, hardwoods and plywoods.
Colleen at Garlic Whisk sent me this lovely photo of some of my plates in action. Check out her wonderful photos and recipes!
Working towards the upcoming sale at Schlafly’s Art Outside in Maplewood has allowed me to adapt my ideas of form and surface into new formats. Presenting Tiny Pottery.
Come stop by my booth at Art outside next month in Maplewood!
This past week the folks over at CSA-STL announced the participating artists for this years program, and I am very excited to have been selected to participate! You can read all about the program on their website, CSAstl.org and about the artists selected.
I’ll be presenting some selected works for sale in the EAC’s Grab-n-Go show! There will be an opening reception Friday the 14th from 6-8:00pm and the show runs through January 2nd.