Thursday, May 28, 2009


Ceramic arms, legs, and head with blue-black sigilatta.  The tail is posable due to wire armature.  


Ceramic legs and head with burnished sigilatta.  Back zips open to reveal sewn junk food (pizza, ice cream, cake, hamburger, and doughnut). 


Figure sculpted solid during two class sessions with a live model.  Hollowed out, given texture, and branches (which can be removed for easier transportation).  

This piece was glazed with the same glazes as the hand (Adrian Arleo glazes from the Lark figures book) but fired in oxidation.  


from a continuing studies class at MICA, Spring 2009.  Instructor was the wonderful Trisha Kyner.  

Hand is a little larger than life-size.  

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Juried Ceramic Exhibit

There's a juried ceramics exhibit in the Middendorf gallery in MICA's Station Building from March 31st until April 8th. There's a wonderful selection of work from MICA students (though there were just as many wonderful pieces that didn't make it into the show). Pegasus, below, won the Grand Prize!

Pegasus: ceramic with white sigilatta, fabric, wire, and thread.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Solo Show

The ceramic work I did this summer at the Salem Art Works will be on display in the Gateway Gallery at MICA from February 19th - March 10th. The reception is February 27th from 5-7pm.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Finished Pieces

Gorgonack finished with inks.  
Bakemono finished with inks, nail polish, and toy car.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Finished Pieces

Walter finished with inks and gold paint.  

Annabelle finished with inks.