Many characters will show up as hanging pieces this year. You can always find a spot on the wall for something you love!
There will be many new and different pieces in my booth at the show, but they almost all have faces. The miniatures are a brand new and very affordable item, which invite you to make up your own story about just what might be going on behind these countenances. $25-$45
Look for me in Booth 106!
And here’s the full story about Showcase. Yes, that’s my piece on the poster, middle right insert! She’ll be there too. For more information about participating artists here’s the OPA site
I’ve been busy making work for the show! Please visit me at Booth 106 at Ceramic Showcase, April 20, 30 and May 1 at the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum
Here are some backyard snapshots for a peak at what I’ll be bringing
David loves to work with artists and is offering generous, affordable rates. He is a pleasure to do business with and to yak with! Check him out and support a local artisan, Benton County folks.
He recently shot a few of my favs from the last firing of the Alsea Anagama
The newest members of the “Everybody has a shell. How do you wear yours?” series seem to be taking chances.
Thanks to DAVID BALES of dpb Photography for the beautiful photos!
Another Showcase has come and gone. It was a great show as always, and I am honored to have shown my work with so many fantastic artists.
Courtney Frisse really knows how to photograph pottery. Her pics show off some of my favorites in a whole new light. You’ve seen these, but here they are looking their best!