I create large stoneware serving pieces by hand. Each piece is individually built from clay elements. No two pieces are alike in shape or color.
I draw patterns from nature and carve them into linoleum blocks. I then press the blocks into clay slabs. The impressed slabs of clay are combined and draped into one-of-a-kind vessels.
I studied Pottery in Seto, Japan and received my Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute in New York City. I worked for many years as a textile designer. I love to play with new glaze combinations and to add a surprise carving to the back of my pieces.
I am a Juried Member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. My work is for sale at the League Galleries in Concord, Hanover, Hooksett, Littleton, Meredith and Nashua. I also participate in the annual crafts fair every August at Lake Sunapee, NH.
A wonderful cooperative of artists in the growing arts hub of White River Junction, Vermont.
Fuller Craft Museum is an arts and crafts museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, 25 miles south of Boston. If you have never visited, it is a rare treat for lovers of fine craft.