Check in from time to time to see what's happening!

You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram.

In 2018, Channel 8 Longmont did a great series of interviews with artists on the tour. You can see the whole segment here, or just watch my segment above! Am I ready for late night TV yet..?
Upcoming Exhibitions...Are Cancelled Due to COVID-19
East Boulder County Artists Spring Studio Tour
April 25th & 26th 11-5
EBCA now hosts two self-guided studio tours each year: the Spring Tour and the Fall Tour. I have joined the Board of Directors for these two tours to lend a hand and try to help them grow. The great thing about EBCA is that it is entirely put on by the participating artists on a volunteer basis. No one is paid except by the success of the show. It is an impressive effort and, ultimately, relies on the public coming out and supporting local artists.
Art Students League of Denver
April 17th to May 22nd
I am pleased to be included this year in this biennial Art Students League of Denver exhibition. Nationally selected clay folks create a juried show of functional pieces for use in the home. It is a lovely, diverse and expressive event put on by this venerable organization.
Lip Service
Saratoga Clay Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
May 9th to July1st
I am honored to be included in this exhibition, particularly because I love pitchers, and because one of mine is in honorable company in this show! You can view, and purchase, online at Good Earth Pottery
La Veta Gallery On Main
La Veta Gallery On Main
This little gallery tucked away in a beautiful part of Colorado has a great collection of ceramics, and other art, by Colorado artists. I am pleased to be one of their featured artists this year! Definitely a destination spot--make a plan to spend the weekend in the mountains.

Upcoming Workshops

Glazed & Confused: What You Do And Don't Need

To Know About Glazes

A two-day hands-on workshop

The next workshop is coming up in 2018 

This is my  "low chemistry" approach to learn how to critically evaluate a glaze recipe, tweak it, and test it in order to end up with a glaze worth using. You'll go back to your studio with a new understanding of glaze ingredients and the confidence to use them. Over the years I've helped many potters take control of their glazes and discover how to find the glazes that best suit their studio work. 

The last workshop was held held at the

Arvada Ceramic Arts Guild


The next workshop?

You can contact me to schedule this two-day workshop in your area. Or, I can teach the workshop in my studio with a group of 6-8 students--contact me if you're interested in scheduling!

The Mug Initiative

The Mug Initiative works to replace the swag mug produced solely for the purpose of advertising, and the machine made mug devoid of human warmth, with the individually made pottery mug. The goal of The Mug Initiative’s efforts is reinvigorated face-to-face socializing, renewed artistic appreciation, and a recommitment to human understanding.
Check back here for info on the next Mug Initiative Event!

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