About the Artist
I have loved clay for 40 years, and it has usually loved me back. I'm mostly self-taught.I read, practice with videos, occasionally seek out great clay artists to study under for a day or a week at a time, developing myself according to divine guidance and dumb luck. They say many great artists bloom late in life. It could happen to me, too. Only time and effort will tell.
Treetop views or drifting in the water-column slow my pulse and free my mind. The colors and themes I use lean into those resonant experience. My work explores the often absurd contrast between the apparent and the intrinsic, telling stories about dreams, wishes, and relationships.