Bye, Bye, Bisque

"When I first began working with earthenware back in 2008, I started out as simply as possible: red clay, white slip and a clear glaze.  While I was delighted by the potential of earthenware, it took over two years of research, with much guidance from a very generous clay friend (thank you, Scott!), to hit on a clay body, slip and glaze that all chemically complimented each other."

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Color Speaks Volumes

"There are times when moving through wordlessness is the only way for me to catch the forms of my next articulation.  A space of silence feels like a mouthful of fresh air; it nourishes and refreshes my creative spirit.  I have always hoped that my work would offer such a space to others, allowing them to bring their own reveries to it by keeping narrative information to a minimum."

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