Fish print

Fish print

Wednesday, May 13, 2020


Golden Baubles

Delicate little spheres spread a warm golden glow wherever they are placed. 
Perfect for lifting your spirits, brightening a little corner of a room, 
or giving a special piece of jewelry.



Tiny one-of-a-kind hand-thrown porcelain bowls 
lined with 23 ct gold and finished with a unique cobalt-iron surface.
Approx 3 1/2"x 2"
$55



Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Recent Work:
High fired Porcelain with included iron and cobalt.

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COMPOSITIONS





Sunday, June 16, 2019

For several years I have been exploring a new direction which is emerging in a way that is deeply satisfying to me. My head is swirling with inspiration and the myriad of possibilities.

These forms remind me of both geodes and even more so, seashells. They are high-fired porcelain with wild iron inclusions that I have collected. The reactions vary depending upon the chemistry of the surface treatment in conjunction with the iron inclusions and the manipulation of the reduction firing process. Most often I fire in a gas reduction kiln but in some instances switch to a wood-fired kiln to achieve ash deposits with subtle flashing. 

It is a true conversation between myself and each piece as I push the bounds of what the clay body can withstand while also responding to those limits. Many pieces do not survive the intensity of the process but those that do contribute greatly to the ephemeral and delicate beauty of this collection.

Currently, I fire my work at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in New Castle, Maine where they have a variety of kilns to chose from. 

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Sizes of these forms range from 4-13" x 3-13" (compositions are larger, with heights up to 18"). These works are priced from $45 to $500 based upon size.


An intriguing direction I am currently pursuing and intend to have available in other forms this fall is what I call Ceramic Iron. These forms are porcelain-based with an extremely high iron content reduction fired to cone 11. 






                                            
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Monday, November 12, 2018

Thank you, Providence!!



Thank you to Everyone! who visited and supported my work at this year's Fine Furnishings Show in Providence, RI. It was a great weekend and I was so happy to be among many fantastic exhibitors.

Many of these personal favorites have found new loving homes...

















Wednesday, March 8, 2017


April 4 - 28, 2017

Las Vegas, NV



If you're in Las Vegas this spring, checkout this great show!  I have two of my favorite pieces in the exhibit.




Thursday, August 25, 2016

Knit Maine!



Knit Maine mugs!  



Hand thrown, white ceramic stoneware
3 - 4" x 3 - 4"
(sizes vary, please let us chose)



These fun mugs are a great gift for your favorite knitter or as a cozy memento after a visit to our fair state of Maine.  

Sizes vary just for the fun of it and because these mugs don't take themselves too seriously. All will hold a generous amount of coffee, tea, soup, knitting doodads, etc.

Purchase at either:


KnitWit Yarn Shop
247A Congress St.
Portland, ME 04101