My clay sculptures concern Nature and Change. It is change and growth, the possible effects of these over time, that interests me – pods on the verge of bursting with seeds; shells outgrown by their sea inhabitants; tree bark surviving animals and weather; weather affects on rocks; and, in a broader sense, the breakthrough moments of personal change and growth.


Shows – 2016

Working Women

Art Works

310 Railroad Ave

Loveland, CO

February 12 – April 1

Opening February 12, 6-9 pm

Roots in Clay

Mountain Area Potters Gang

Center for the Arts Evergreen

32003 Ellington Trail

Evergreen, CO

May 6 – June 9

Opening May 6, 4 – 7 pm


Taste of Creede

Main Street

Creede, Co

May 28-May 29

Of the Earth

The SteamPlant Art Center

Salida, CO

All November


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Over 5% of sales goes to environmental causes, including  The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund.

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