I am so honored to be a part of this online collective, objective clay, and am excited to announce that all fourteen artists are posting fresh, new work for the month of September! Click here to link to the website. Some of the work is so new, a couple of us decided to write a bit about our “shifting ideas” on the blog.
Along with the objective clay feature, there is a newly published online article that may help give a little insight into me and my work. Jan Grice did a beautiful job transposing our conversation into words. Click here to link to the article.
In other news, I have a few workshops coming up this fall. Indiana University’s Ceramics Guild is bringing me to Bloomington, IN on Oct. 1st-Oct.3rd. I’m looking forward to a homecoming of sorts…and to visiting the Indiana University’s Art Museum’s noteworthy collection of African Art!
Also, I’ll be giving a one-day workshop in Lodi, NJ at Ceramic Supply, Inc. on November 8th (10am-3pm). The workshop coincides with their annual open house event. If you’re in the area and have a chance to drop by, it’d be great to meet you or to catch up!
Last but not least, expect the latest addition to the Potter of the Month Series, Kip O’Krongly, to post by the end of the week! Kip discusses the inspiration for her surface and what book helped push her work in its current direction. Here’s a sneak peek of Kip’s work: