Above: Display at City Market; Everson Museum, Syracuse NY
Stoneware, Colored Slips
I went searching for a way to maintain a simple, clean form, yet treat the surface of the clay in order to give character and motion as I do with my porcelain work. The slips are applied, then removed in a semi-controlled way giving a different effect on each piece.
Influenced by labored process and things coming together to support the overall form. The clay is colored, manipulated, thrown and then scraped clean to reveal the marbling. Each vessel would not be complete without the help of the opposing colored porcelain.
Image 1&2 : Exhibited at Quack'd ; UD BFA SYNTHESIS ; Workhouse Clay National
Shelf One, Shelf Two, Shelf Three, and Shelf Four as exhibited at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts 2015
Other Functional Ware
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20 Raku Cups
ranging from 10" to 8"
Like most of my work, I am deeply invested into the process of making. While expressing forms in multiples.