Her current work is concerned with depth, movement, shadows and the mystery of what lies beneath the surface. The imagery can mean many things: change, new beginnings, joy, freedom; it is the experience that the viewer brings to the work that may shape what is seen and felt. Nature is a point of reference. As the seasons change, so do the colors and design of the work.

The pieces are made from high-fired white stoneware. To create texture, slips and multiple layers of glaze are added.

Her work has been influenced by the California coast where she was born, and by her father, an excellent potter who encouraged and supported her.

1962    B.A. San Francisco State University, Education
1968    M.A. University of Michigan, Education
1998    Ceramics, Andeson Ranch, Snowmass, Colorado

2015    Table of Contents, Regional Ceramics competition, Juror: Margaret Carney, awarded First Prize

2008    Clay Gallery, “Move, Seek, Reach”, Ann Arbor, MI

1982-2014     Clay Gallery president,
1979-2015     Potter’s Guild, member

2015 Power Center Performing Arts, Dimensions of Clay
2015    Kerrytown Concert House, Wall to Wall, Ann Arbor, MI
2015    Dancing Dog Gallery, Holiday Show, Ann Arbor, MI
2015    Clay Work Studio, Loving Cups, Ann Arbor, MI
2014    Clay Galllery, Table of Contents, Ann Arbor, MI
2014    Gallery One, Expanding Edges, Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, MI
2014    Buckham Gallery, Clay Gallery Cups. Flint, MI

2015    Ann Arbor Potter’s Guild, Ann Arbor, Mi
2013    Ann Arbor Original Juried Art Fair
All images © 2014-2016 Clay Gallery



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