Ceramics

Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

‘This is Not Ancient Greek Pottery II’

‘This is Not Ancient Greek Pottery I’

‘Falling Figure Platter’ 12″ cone 6 porcelain, 2012

Metamorphosis II, 12″, cone 6 porcelain, 2012

Pedestal Planter, 18″ x 14″, cone 6 porcelain, 2012

‘Wet Moss’ Mugs, Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Metamorphosis, Porcelain, 11″, 2012

Metamorphosis, Porcelain, 11″, 2012

Diurnal Dance Two

Diurnal Dance, 2012, Porcelain with multiple glaze firings

Tea Service, Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Teapots, Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Cups and Saucer, Cone 6 Porcelain, 2012

Stoneware Mugs, 2012

Raku, 2006

Raku, 2006

Raku, 2006

Raku, 2006

Raku, 2006

Raku, 2005

Raku, 2005

Raku, 2005

Raku, 2005

Raku with Soda GLazing

MacLean Pottery. This was the line I designed and co-produced from about 1997-2000. All of the work was thrown and fired to cone 9 reduction. The work sold well at craft fairs and a few shops, such as the Different Drummer in Wickford, RI.

Stoneware, Reduction Fired, 1998.

Reduction Fired Stoneware with Tenmoku Glaze, 1999

Reduction Fired Stoneware, 1999. This piece was sold to a RISD Museum curator. She didn’t select it for the museum, but I’m pleased she collected it for herself.

Stoneware reduction 1998

Stoneware platter, 12″ 1997

Wood fired stoneware, 1996 nfs This was fired to cone 9 in the wood fired kiln I built a year previously. The speckled visual texture to the glaze comes from the melting ash mixing with the applied glaze.

Reduction Fired Stoneware, 10″h. 1995

Reduction Fired Stoneware, 1995

stoneware, 4″ 1994

Earthenware, 1993. 18″ w. THis piece received 2nd place that year in ‘Earthworks,’ an annual juried show. I’m honored greatly as the juror that year was Paula Winokur (google her).

Earthenware, Sawdust Fired, 1993 16″ w.
This is an earlier piece in the same concept, sort of a dark cornucopia? It stems from my BFA concentration (below) which was really about juxtaposing the natural and the mechanical or artificial through anthropomorphic forms which bear the effects of this conflict . . .

Earthenware, Sawdust Fired, 1993, 15″
Part of my BFA Concentration at RIC, also exhibited at Providence College by invitation that year.

Earthenware, Sawdust Fired, 1993
Part of my BFA Concentration at RIC, also exhibited at Providence College by invitation that year.

Earthenware, Sawdust Fired, 1993 17″
Part of my BFA Concentration at RIC, also exhibited at Providence College by invitation that year.

Earthenware, Sawdust Fired, 1993
Part of my BFA Concentration at RIC, also exhibited at Providence College by invitation that year.

Stoneware, 1992, nfs; I was studying life drawing (as an elective beyond the two semesters required) along with ceramics and this seemed like a natural way to combine both art forms. My most recent work is a return to this direction.

‘Meditations on First Philosophy’ 2′ x 3′ 1991, Ceramic Tile, grout, and wood, 1992. *This piece started as a doodle in Philosophy Class and ended with custom tiles and glazes . . .

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