The following is a collective gallery starting from 2009 to 2015. Click on a title to see more from each body of work.
During the Winter and Spring of 2015 I concentrated on these functional forms. Using cone 5/6 porcelain, I decorated the surfaces with underglaze mixed with raw cobalt.
In this gallery, I combined my work throughout 2014. These images range from soda fire forms to a continuation of forms from Penland.
This is a combination of work created at Penland school of Craft in North Carolina during my internship in the summer of 2013. The patterns are influenced from microsopic forms of life which move in the petri dish under the microscope.
These cups are ergonomically designed to hold a cookie beneath the mug, keeping the cookie warm if the beverage is coco or coffee.
During my experience as the childern's intern at Anderson Ranch, I had some extra time to create ceramic work influenced by textures and patterns of nature.
These are images of different functional teapots created during 2011.
This gallery is comprised of a variety of functional forms created for sales and galleries throughout Arizona.
In this gallery is a number of non functional sculptures created using a variety of techniques.
As part of a group exhibition, I completed this form to represent the equalization of all human races through the essiantial existance of water. This "chandlier" is comprized of three hand-made bodies of clay that are all of a different pigment representing three different races. Each hold the same ceramic water droplets as they fall to the ground. The hand forms are adhered to the wall and ceramic water droplets are tied to each other and to the hands by fishing string until they hit the ground with a splash.
For several years, I concentrated on face pots by alterating ceramic vessels to give them emotions in the form of faces. This series of work interacts with each other and the viewer from devious and cunning to mysterous and defiant ways.