Visions in Clay 2015- Transverse

Visions in Clay 2015- Transverse





“Transverse” was accepted in a jury show- The Visions in Clay at San Joaquin Delta College. It is on exhibit at LH Horton Jr Gallery between August 20th – September 17th, 2015. Opening reception is August 27th, 5-7PM.

Transverse is a multi-day wood fire in a Naborigama style kiln. Thrown on a wheel in one single ring, cut and altered. Porcelain, with under glaze and slip.



Back view

Brooklyn Museum Fine Craft Show comes to an end

Brooklyn Museum Fine Craft Show comes to an end

The show was a great success! It was great to be showing my work amongst so many incredible artists. Aside from seeing old and new friends, I was also interviewed by ICNTV network. I was not prepared to talk about pottery in Mandarin, so I did it in English!

Thank you to all who came and who adopted the monsters.

Back to the studio!



Brooklyn Museum Craft Fair 11/22-11/23

Brooklyn Museum Craft Fair 11/22-11/23

A reminder that I will be at the Brooklyn Museum Fine Craft Show on Nov. 22nd and 23rd. I hope to see you there, and if you can’t make it but have some pottery-loving friends, please share this email.  It looks like a good show overall, with music and featured sculptors and free admission to the rest of the museum.Meanwhile, take a look.  To see some of the kinds of work I will be showing, you can:

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Chalice and Couples pieces will be available (they have their own pages on the website), and also a kiln full of wood-fired new work that I will post pictures of…on my blog? So much to do! Or on the Facebook pages.  So take a look around.  Here is a peek at a couple of the new monsters, below.

GALAXY, wood-fired bottle/bud vase, shark-skin shino and violite glaze. 8 inches tall.


HAPPY BUDDHA and friends, sake set.  Carafe 5″ high by 4″ wide. JIZO cups, 2.75″ wide by 2″ high.
If you don’t drink sake, the carafe doubles as a small vase and the cups can be used for tea, liquor, or as spice bowls. Wood-fired, glazed with Korean celadon, slip, with feldspar crystals.

Happy Buddha

LIP, because…well, the lip!  I have five of these, all different.  This one is about 12 inches in diameter, 5 inches high.  Shark-skin shino glaze.
The first LIP bowl, which was also my first ever show entry, in the Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition, was an accident.  I was making a regular bowl and it started to slump so I quickly hung it upside down.  Getting the hang of these, and loving the different ways they hang!

2014 Lip