Cauldron # 1 is part of my series “Crucibles, Cauldrons and Calderas” which explores firing stained glass and paper clay together in sculptural forms using a red/yellow/orange/black and metallic palette. Composed of paper clay, stained glass, underglazes, and low fire and cone 6 glazes fired to over 2000 degrees. 6 1/4″ x 7″ x 6″
Dreamscape # 1, a hand inked and hand pulled print combines collographic and monotype techniques into a single monoprint. It seeks to create the impression that the figure is emerging from the background and heighten the visual tension of the piece. Water-based ink on 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper. Matted and framed to 20″ x 16″
“Eruption” captures the explosive grace of a volcano. It is composed of stained glass and ceramics which have been fired together to over 2000 degrees Fahrenheit and is a companion piece to “Night View of Kilauea” $350.00 6″ x 13″ x 1″
It is my pleasure to announce that my piece “Migrations #5” was awarded an honorable mention by juror Marla Brenner in River Arts, Inc’s 2nd Biennial Wings and Water exhibit in Prairie du Sac, WI. I am proud to receive one of only five awards given at this show. Thank you, River Arts!
My latest showing “Myths & Legends, Gods & Demons” opens this Friday, March 18. There will be a streetside opening reception on Friday at 5pm. Come out and see the works, some of which have been on this page, while others are new. Hope to meet some of you there!
“Pulse” is a hand pulled ink on paper monotype which, in an abstract way, attempts to instill a rhythmic sense of motion into a static image. I’d like you to be able to visually hear and feel the “Pulse”. Matted and framed to 20” x 16”.
“Celebration” is an abstract expression of spontaneous joy and enthusiasm. Perhaps something unexpectedly went better than you were anticipating – which is why it is an abstract piece. A hand pulled ink on paper monotype, it is matted and framed to 20” x 16”.