These years were an important part of my artistic development.  Essentially it was a time for me to fine-tune my graduate school research.  From 2006-2008, I was at the Archie Bray Foundation as a resident artist. There I switched from cone 10 salt to cone 10 reduction.  I also stopped using manufactured decals because I wanted to showcase the handmade (and hand drawn).  In the summer of 2008, I moved to my current home and continued to work with reduction-fired  porcelain.  It wasn’t until 2010 that my forms took a big leap.

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