MADE IN NYC and BROOKLYN MADE Certified

As Brooklyn artist and maker, I am now certified as part of both MADE IN NYC and BROOKLYN MADE. Very excited to be in the community of local manufacturing and makers. Go to https://madeinnyc.org/ and http://brooklynmade.nyc/ to see more about the local makers.

Packing up for CraftBoston 2017

My last show for 2017. Silver Rain (featured image above) is one of the last pieces to be packed up in the bins for the 2017 CraftBoston. It's one of the "Broken Platter" wall pieces I premiered last year, and will be on display and for sale.  This year's pieces...

CraftBoston 2017

My last show of the year, CraftBoston, is around the corner. I will be previewing a new cup - "Belle" - inspired by the original CHALICE series, an interactive installation of 100 vessels which was on display at the NARS Gallery in New York as part of the...

Brooklyn Museum Fine Craft Show

It's that time of year again. I will be participating in the Brooklyn Museum Fine Craft Show for the fourth year, coming up this weekend, on November 18th and 19th. This year, I am honored to be selected as the featured artist in this little article on the...

Gordon Fine Arts Gallery

This holiday season you can find a selection of colorful monsters at the Gordon Fine Arts Gallery in Stamford Connecticut, which opened last week.   In addition to a selection of items from the Chalice and Elemental collections, the Gordon grouping includes two...

Sabi

"The past remains hidden in the clouds of memory." - Matsuo Bashō, Narrow Road to the Interior   The "sabi" in wabi sabi means something different when used alone.  It evokes the quality of age, and the beauty of an aged thing. Also a sense of aloneness, and...

Wood firing @ Peters Valley Anagama 2016

FEEDING THE DRAGON Today's New Jersey Herald published another story in the series about our latest firing of the anagama kiln at Peters Valley with master potter, Shiro Otani.  It's a great inside look at a long process, and I am excited to be featured in it.  Take a...

Norwalk Art Festival this weekend

Packing up for the Norwalk Art Festival. Join us this weekend at Mathews Park, 295 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT to see the new Elemental line, with a beautiful new blue/black glaze, as well as some of the other colors we brought to Lyndhurst. More bowls, and now more...

April 2016 2100ºF

Deb warms her hands by the chimney.                                     Frost on the ground                        ...