Colleen at Garlic Whisk sent me this lovely photo of some of my plates in action. Check out her wonderful photos and recipes!
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.
Last week I delivered about eight pieces to Craft Alliance in the Loop. Here are a couple of my favorites.
Despite having a full schedule with all my ceramics classes and getting in as much cycling as possible before winter sets in, I’ve managed to keep new wall works coming along. Here is a studio snapshot of bisqued clay components for the soon to be assembled works that I’m making for Craft Alliance.
I graduated from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 2013 with a MFA in ceramics, however I had some of the most profound experiences in Thad Duhigg’s sculpture studio. He allowed me to realize how important material choices are within the work, and how materials and their use can carry much of the content. Here is a snap from a critique in the brand new gallery at SIUE, 2013. I wish I had some detail shots, but the work is comprised of welded steel, pigmented concrete, perforated hardboard, OSB, MDF, pine, and plywood.