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Squeak Carnwath, 2019, 33x13x13, clay and glaze

Squeak Carnwath, 2019, 33x13x13, clay and glaze

In five parts this tower can be located tabletop or on a plinth. All four sizes are unique.

The Family Spike, 2019, 16x15x15 inches, clay and glaze

The Family Spike, 2019, 16x15x15 inches, clay and glaze

Not all families get along despite the sameness of their genetics.

The Ruth Duckworth, 2019, 6x8x14 inches, clay and glaze

The Ruth Duckworth, 2019, 6x8x14 inches, clay and glaze

Not very seaworthy but worthy nonetheless.

Helma af Klint, 2019, 14x14x14 inches, clay and glaze

Helma af Klint, 2019, 14x14x14 inches, clay and glaze

I like to think this sphere captures an iota of af Klint’s imaginative world.

Betty Woodman, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

Betty Woodman, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

Betty Woodman was a wonderful ceramic artist and I honor her.

Marina Abramovic, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

Marina Abramovic, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

I remember the first time I saw the film of Abramovic dragging her hair, painting on the exhibit space. What a daring and thoughtful artist!

Earth Clouds, 2019, various to 6 inches, clay and glaze

Earth Clouds, 2019, various to 6 inches, clay and glaze

I continue to enjoy making these little gems. So inviting to hold. Here’s some of the latest, spring 2019.

The Alice Neel, 2019, 18x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

The Alice Neel, 2019, 18x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

My sculptures are named after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality. Alice Neel came to mind as her show at David Zwirner Gallery was announced. What a great painter! I love the boat form as a symbol for women carrying civilization along.

More Women in Charge, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

More Women in Charge, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Agnes Martin, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

Agnes Martin, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Helen Frankenthaler, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

Helen Frankenthaler, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Cindy Sherman, 2019, 11x11x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Cindy Sherman, 2019, 11x11x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Women are still not properly represented in the art world. I’m naming my sculptures after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality.

Georgia O’Keefe, 2018, 17x8x3 inches, clay, glaze

Georgia O’Keefe, 2018, 17x8x3 inches, clay, glaze

My sculptures are named after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality for women artists.

Toshiko Takaezu, 2019, 16x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

Toshiko Takaezu, 2019, 16x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

This sculptural piece reminds me of the work of Toshiko. I’m naming my sculptures after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality.

The Gary Bowl, 2018, 10x14x14 inches, clay, glaze

The Gary Bowl, 2018, 10x14x14 inches, clay, glaze

My clay guru, Gary Clarian, inspired this bowl, an offshoot of one of his classic designs. Thank you Gary for the wonderful clay experience!

The Equal Rights Amendment Teapot, 2018, 10x10x3 inches, clay, glaze

The Equal Rights Amendment Teapot, 2018, 10x10x3 inches, clay, glaze

One of a series of sculptural takes on the teapot, the ERA represents feminity and strength. The full text of the ERA is written around the body.

The Goddess, 2018, 34x13x14 inches, clay and glaze

The Goddess, 2018, 34x13x14 inches, clay and glaze

Non-representational by design The Goddess does suggest the feminine form. Robust and powerful, she commands attention and respect.

Exhibition View of The Goddess and Places to Go, 2018

Exhibition View of The Goddess and Places to Go, 2018

Large Rutile Vessel,  23x14x14, clay, glaze

Large Rutile Vessel, 23x14x14, clay, glaze

A very substantial pot, the glaze worked very well, contrasting the shiny black iron frit with the apricot rutile splash.  Stoneware hand-built from coils.

Universe, 2017, 9x6x5, clay, glaze

Universe, 2017, 9x6x5, clay, glaze

Inspired by Sengai's calligraphic painting of a circle, triangle and square to represent the universe.

Which Way, 2016, 13.5x8.5x4.5 inches, clay, glaze

Which Way, 2016, 13.5x8.5x4.5 inches, clay, glaze

The head detaches and the arrow can be reversed. Looking a bit tentative.

Thank You PV, 2015,  10x12x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Thank You PV, 2015, 10x12x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Designed while being built, this piece evolved from soft clay as an exploration of making an oval turn as the layers built up.  Very textural. 

 

Yayoi Kusema Teabowl, 2019, 3x3x3 inches, clay and glaze

Yayoi Kusema Teabowl, 2019, 3x3x3 inches, clay and glaze

This raku teabowl crackled especially well.

Teacup, 2018, 3.5x3.5x3.5 inches, clay and raku glaze

Teacup, 2018, 3.5x3.5x3.5 inches, clay and raku glaze

Exhibition View, Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, CA 2019

Exhibition View, Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, CA 2019

The artist with “Goddess” and “Earth Clouds” in the background.

Squeak Carnwath, 2019, 33x13x13, clay and glaze

In five parts this tower can be located tabletop or on a plinth. All four sizes are unique.

The Family Spike, 2019, 16x15x15 inches, clay and glaze

Not all families get along despite the sameness of their genetics.

The Ruth Duckworth, 2019, 6x8x14 inches, clay and glaze

Not very seaworthy but worthy nonetheless.

Helma af Klint, 2019, 14x14x14 inches, clay and glaze

I like to think this sphere captures an iota of af Klint’s imaginative world.

Betty Woodman, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

Betty Woodman was a wonderful ceramic artist and I honor her.

Marina Abramovic, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze

I remember the first time I saw the film of Abramovic dragging her hair, painting on the exhibit space. What a daring and thoughtful artist!

Earth Clouds, 2019, various to 6 inches, clay and glaze

I continue to enjoy making these little gems. So inviting to hold. Here’s some of the latest, spring 2019.

The Alice Neel, 2019, 18x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

My sculptures are named after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality. Alice Neel came to mind as her show at David Zwirner Gallery was announced. What a great painter! I love the boat form as a symbol for women carrying civilization along.

More Women in Charge, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Agnes Martin, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Helen Frankenthaler, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze

The Sphere is such a powerful symbol of unity. This new series of objects continues the themes of educating girls to save our world and encouraging more women to be in charge.

Cindy Sherman, 2019, 11x11x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Women are still not properly represented in the art world. I’m naming my sculptures after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality.

Georgia O’Keefe, 2018, 17x8x3 inches, clay, glaze

My sculptures are named after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality for women artists.

Toshiko Takaezu, 2019, 16x8x8 inches, clay, glaze

This sculptural piece reminds me of the work of Toshiko. I’m naming my sculptures after artist heroines who are paving the way to equality.

The Gary Bowl, 2018, 10x14x14 inches, clay, glaze

My clay guru, Gary Clarian, inspired this bowl, an offshoot of one of his classic designs. Thank you Gary for the wonderful clay experience!

The Equal Rights Amendment Teapot, 2018, 10x10x3 inches, clay, glaze

One of a series of sculptural takes on the teapot, the ERA represents feminity and strength. The full text of the ERA is written around the body.

The Goddess, 2018, 34x13x14 inches, clay and glaze

Non-representational by design The Goddess does suggest the feminine form. Robust and powerful, she commands attention and respect.

Exhibition View of The Goddess and Places to Go, 2018

Large Rutile Vessel, 23x14x14, clay, glaze

A very substantial pot, the glaze worked very well, contrasting the shiny black iron frit with the apricot rutile splash.  Stoneware hand-built from coils.

Universe, 2017, 9x6x5, clay, glaze

Inspired by Sengai's calligraphic painting of a circle, triangle and square to represent the universe.

Which Way, 2016, 13.5x8.5x4.5 inches, clay, glaze

The head detaches and the arrow can be reversed. Looking a bit tentative.

Thank You PV, 2015, 10x12x11 Inches, clay, glaze

Designed while being built, this piece evolved from soft clay as an exploration of making an oval turn as the layers built up.  Very textural. 

 

Yayoi Kusema Teabowl, 2019, 3x3x3 inches, clay and glaze

This raku teabowl crackled especially well.

Teacup, 2018, 3.5x3.5x3.5 inches, clay and raku glaze

Exhibition View, Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, CA 2019

The artist with “Goddess” and “Earth Clouds” in the background.

Squeak Carnwath, 2019, 33x13x13, clay and glaze
The Family Spike, 2019, 16x15x15 inches, clay and glaze
The Ruth Duckworth, 2019, 6x8x14 inches, clay and glaze
Helma af Klint, 2019, 14x14x14 inches, clay and glaze
Betty Woodman, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze
Marina Abramovic, 2019, 13x13x13 inches, clay and glaze
Earth Clouds, 2019, various to 6 inches, clay and glaze
The Alice Neel, 2019, 18x8x8 inches, clay, glaze
More Women in Charge, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze
Agnes Martin, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze
Helen Frankenthaler, 2019, 11x11x11 inches, clay, glaze
Cindy Sherman, 2019, 11x11x11 Inches, clay, glaze
Georgia O’Keefe, 2018, 17x8x3 inches, clay, glaze
Toshiko Takaezu, 2019, 16x8x8 inches, clay, glaze
The Gary Bowl, 2018, 10x14x14 inches, clay, glaze
The Equal Rights Amendment Teapot, 2018, 10x10x3 inches, clay, glaze
The Goddess, 2018, 34x13x14 inches, clay and glaze
Exhibition View of The Goddess and Places to Go, 2018
Large Rutile Vessel,  23x14x14, clay, glaze
Universe, 2017, 9x6x5, clay, glaze
Which Way, 2016, 13.5x8.5x4.5 inches, clay, glaze
Thank You PV, 2015,  10x12x11 Inches, clay, glaze
Yayoi Kusema Teabowl, 2019, 3x3x3 inches, clay and glaze
Teacup, 2018, 3.5x3.5x3.5 inches, clay and raku glaze
Exhibition View, Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, CA 2019