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I want to speak of Bhutan. I want to share my experience with anyone who wants to listen. We were met at the airport by our guide, Ratu Drupka, and our driver, Mr. Wangdi. Ratu was very highly recommended to us by two friends who have traveled with him before. It is already clear that he is an intelligent, knowledgeable, …
We are still enjoying Greek Mythology and will continue to add to that line. Casey and I have some big ideas which will be ready for showing this Spring. Pictured here are the original pieces in clay. Eros is finished, The Three Graces are unfinished. On a recent trip to Eastern Europe I found myself surrounded by classical sculpture. It …
This is where we started 14 years ago. So much evolution of the work has happened since then. So many pieces have come and gone in the line, but the Buddha has remained at the core, albeit, Casey’s version of the Buddha remains the foundation. I am a proud Mama, to be teamed up with my son.
I have been having so much fun exploring my artistic vision through Encaustic paintings. Since that journey started 4 years ago I have been dedicating some time and attention to this beautiful art form. Today, I am so pleased to announce that my encaustic paintings are now represented by Alexander Gallery in Nevada City and welcome you to drop by …
I am excited to share some of the finished pieces from a workshop I attended last month with Michelle Gregor and Lisa Reinertson at Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe, CA. For me and my artistic process, it is very important to get out of my comfort zone. Its always fun to explore with quick sketches in clay to be used …
Last month as part of my continual search for ceramic technique (which feels as though it could be infinite). I spent a week with Michelle Gregor and Lisa Reinertson at a ceramic sculpture workshop in Lake Tahoe, CA. Below are some photos of this fabulous experience. Michelle and Lisa were both so generous in sharing the “how” of what they do. …
There are so many little pieces that never get seen by anyone other than myself and my students. So many studies of faces, hands, bodies, and so many trials and failed experiments especially in the glaze and color testing. I hope you enjoy this little peak at the goings-on in my studio.
Working furiously as the 2015 show season approaches, see our show schedule page for this years shows.
New pieces added to Sacred Stone 2015, fragments of angel and Persephone.
“Balance” life-size child with teapot, created for The Art of Tea, an annul art show that happens at Asif Gallery every year. This piece was purchased by the Kamm Teapot Foundation, Los Angeles, California.