Ceramic artist since 1974
Joined something in 2014
What happens when ancient Italian ceramics collide with over-connected humans surrounded by technology?
Our devices are distracting us from the important things in our lives . . . the finch . . . SAD!
Tweet: Digital Homage to Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch
Earthenware clay, 12"h x 7"w x 2"d, ca. 2017
One selfie stick makes for three people in the photo.
Earthenware clay, 11"h x 11"w x 2"d, ca. 2017
Michelangelo Buonarroti views the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Michelangelo Tries Virtual Reality
Porcelain, 9"h x 5"w x 5"d, ca. 2017
Why do many people stick out their tongue when taking a selfie?
Michelangelo Takes His First Selfie
Earthenware clay, 6.25"h x 8.5"w x 2"d, ca. 2016
Shocked by a video of a two-year-old swiping the cover of a book as if it were a tablet, I realized I am a digital immigrant, not a native.
The Womb: Now with Wi-Fi
Earthenware clay, 9.5"h x 7"w x 7"d, ca. 2016
This replica of a water and pollution-stained wall sculpture in Venice shows the power of the internet to connect people to different causes.
A Come-to-Jihad Moment on Her Smartphone
Earthenware clay, 14.5"h x 14.5"w x 3"d, ca. 2016
Google’s failed experiment with wearable technology. SAD!
Earthenware clay, 14"h x 14"w x 2"d, ca. 2015
An ancient Etruscan bowl with human and animal figures walking on the rim takes a turn toward the digital realm.
Earthenware clay, 8.5"h x 14.5"w x 14.5"d, ca. 2015
The surface marks on this pot are made by soaking combustible materials in iron and salt water, resulting in a surprising marble-like effect.
Earthenware clay, 9"h x 8"w x 8"d, ca. 2014
With forms I saw in Italy, I used iron oxide slip decoration and saggar firing to emulate Italian stone.
Etruscan Form and Surface Decoration
Earthenware clay, 8.25"h x 8"w x 8"d, ca. 2014
Who to follow
Racine Art Museum
Edgewood Orchard Gallery
Abel Contemporary Gallery
The Marks Project
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Smithsonian Craft Show