My forms are cousins to each other; laid out in buffet style, remind me of a crazy quilt or swatches of time, representing my studio work over the years. During the winter months, I bake a lot of bread. The butter dish, placed next to freshly baked yeast rolls and other delicious comfort foods, is another layer to a warming experience.
Here are photos of my recent exhibition at Hamilton Williams Gallery located in Morganton, North Carolina.
Looking forward this spring, I will be an exhibitor at the 5th Annual Joara Pottery Festival, May 16-17th at the Old Armory Building in Morganton, North Carolina. To learn more, go to www.joarapotteryfestival.org.
In the studio, I am creating several deviled egg trays for the festival. In the South, deviled eggs are a staple at all picnics, Sunday dinners, or just because. Everyone has their own way of making them, to vinegar or not to vinegar?, that is the question. For me, vinegar
I am very excited to have a recent article published in Pottery Making Illustrated. A section of the article can also be found on Ceramics Arts Daily. In the article titled, “The Spouted Batter Bowl”, I explain the throwing and hand-building processes used to create one-of-a-kind batter bowls. I blend image and form to produce a complete narrative. My subject matter lately revolves around rabbits. While sitting on my porch, I always catch glimpses of them, running through the yard. They never
Thank you North Carolina Arts Council for awarding me a Regional Artist Grant. My grant was used to formulate this website so I can stay connected with customers, students, and the pottery community. Thus far, 2014 has been a very busy year in the studio. I had a solo exhibition at Hamilton Williams Gallery, Morganton North Carolina followed up with the Catawba Valley Pottery and Antiques Festival, Hickory, North Carolina.