I love the way clay takes on qualities of other materials. Its ability to mimic fabric pulled me in right away. I make these pieces as if cutting from a dressmaker's pattern, assembling a simple shape, then layering texture, pattern and color. No two are alike. I play with and alter each piece until it is, to my eye, exactly the right size, shape and color.
After receiving an MFA from George Washington University, I began exhibiting work in Washington DC, where I was born, and later in galleries in the US, Taiwan and Canada. The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, The Fuller Museum of Craft, Brockton, MA and The Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC all have samples of my work in their permanent collections. Relocating to Asheville NC in 2015, you can find me now, full time, in my studio, with a view!
See my work in Asheville, River Arts District, at Odyssey Co Op Gallery
Odyssey Co Op Gallery, the Folk Art Center on the Blueridge Parkway Folk Art Center and in North Asheville at Grovewood Gallery www.grovewood.com/ Visit me by appointment in my studio, or online at The Artful Home
Please contact me directly through this website if you have questions. And visit me at the Southern Highland Craft Fair in Asheville, October 19-21, Booth 209.
Work on this site is available for purchase unless otherwise noted. The listed price includes shipping within the US.