I was thrilled to be invited to design the Art of the Pot shirt for the 17th year of the show in Austin, TX. The sale may be over, but t-shirts are still available!
Check out my work in Chromatherapy, an exhibition at Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana. Other artists include: Nikki Blair, Rebecca Chappell, Sunshine Cobb, Brian Giniewski, Brett Kern, Marty Fielding, and Andy Shaw.
I am honored to have been recently selected by Ceramic Arts Network, Ceramics Monthly, and Pottery Making Illustrated as the 2020 Ceramic Artist of the year.
I’ve been invited to participate in the 28th Annual St. Croix Pottery Tour! I will be selling pots May 8, 9, 10 at Jeff Oestrich’s stop. Hope to see you at this phenomenal event!
Join me for an afternoon workshop at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, MN on Saturday, October 5th. We will look at ways to interpret and incorporate nature into our work in the ceramic studio. The leaves will be turning and it should be a beautiful and engaging afternoon in the park!
“The Democratic Cup: Land of 10,000 Stories,” featured at the NCECA Conference this past spring will be highlighted again in Winthrop University’s “The Democratic Cup Exhibition.” Come join Ayumi Horie, Nick Moen, and me for a panel discussion and exhibition opening September 19 & 20.
My work is currently featured in “The Secret Lives of Books” on display at the Wangensteen Historical Library. There is a fantastic online version of this exhibition with images and videos.
The 2019 MN NICE class is graduating! Their graduate exhibition will be up November 17 – Dec 29, 2019 in the Emily Galusha Gallery at Northern Clay Center. Please come see their fabulous work, like this watering can by Clarice Allgood!
Earthly Paradise is up during the NCECA Conference March 25-30 at Joe Christensen’s Studio, 10895 Excelsior Blvd, in Hopkins, MN. Jennifer Rogers and I are showing work created in response to William Morris’ epic poems which evoke a bittersweet longing for perfection.
In Service: Engaging and Connecting through Clay, a show I curated, is currently up at Northern Clay Center in the Main Gallery. It features six artists and organizations who use ceramics to effect social change, including The Democratic Cup (featured in photo), Potter’s for Peace’s Water Filter Project, Powderhorn Empty Bowls, Northern Clay Center’s Seward Neighborhood Outreach, and artists Warren MacKenzie and Jeff Schmuki. The exhibition is on view March 8 – April 28, 2019.