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SHAPES AND SHADOWS, A COLLABORATION

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SHAPES AND SHADOWS, A COLLABORATION

This work in progress is the start of an exciting collaboration between the two of us that integrates wood and ceramics with shadows and movement to give each creation an energy all its own.

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CERAMIC FLOOR MEDALLION

ceramic desert medallion mosaic

CERAMIC FLOOR MEDALLION

May 17, 2022. Finally installed! After over a year, construction is complete and the ceramic floor medallion is at home.

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Quail Song

Quail Song

The Quail Song Click Here to Purchase Quail(s) I will never forget the days after the 2016 Presidential election. Never before had I witnessed such a division in our country. When I went into my studio during the days following the election, there was an eerie foreboding sense of what was to come. Never mind who won or lost, but the fact that people were no longer allowed to voice an opinion (either way) without being attacked. I worked in solitude in my studio, which was among 10 other artists’ studios. Only a couple of people showed up during that...

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Custom Koa Dining Table

Custom Koa Dining Table

January 5, 2022 The Koa dining table is finished and installed! The new owners celebrated by hosting a gourmet dinner. What a nice ending to a great project This piece was such a great experience from start to finish. Share the journey in the video below. 11/20/2021 The Koa slabs have arrived and Greg is making a lot of progress on the custom dining table. Here he is meeting with the clients to look at the 1/4 scale maquette, collaborating on the final design. The slabs are rough cut, which means that they have not been flattened. Several passes with the...

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Necessity is the Mother of Invention!

Necessity is the Mother of Invention!

For years, I wanted to make larger clay monoprints, but was limited by the fabric I used to pull the print. It was great for grabbing that top layer of clay, but limited in size (36” wide). I tried several different mediums, including canvas, but ran into problems that always sent me back to the reliable fabric.  Recently, when my supplier said it would be out of stock for months, I investigated other options. One of which was cotton canvas used for paintings. After discovering how to prepare and seal the canvas,  I was able to pull a vivid print;...

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