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Polka dots, stripes and curves. Earth, energy, and color. Most of my current work is influenced by modern artists of the 20th century. From Gene Davis’s stripes, to the geometric forms of the Bauhaus and Suprematism artists, I seek to embrace this aesthetic with functional pottery.
Most of my work is slab built using tan speckled stoneware. Many of the pieces are hand painted with underglazes so that each kiln opening is filled with an abundance of color. Trying to enhance every day with something useful and beautiful guides my work and hopefully brings joy to others.
I took my first pottery class in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1979. Over the years, wherever I lived and worked, I sought out a local pottery studio so that I could continue to learn and create pots. Now, I am fortunate to spend many uninterrupted hours working in my home studio.
My work is sold in a number of galleries throughout the United States.
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