Our puzzles are sold through our website and at prestigious craft shows throughout the country.
Although I still use wheel-throwing and hand-building, making molds and slip-casting allows me to better explore the varied forms that I enjoy making.
I also want to explore more deeply issues around illness in the brain, whether physical or mental.
I have always had a constant desire to create bold works that stray from conventional application methods.
My products range from wedding invitations and guest books, to custom journals and sketchbooks, to intricate artist’s books and gallery works.
Music is a driving force for me because I have vivid memories as a child, of sitting around the record/stereo console on Saturdays while my parents played DJ all day.
I truly love where I live and by painting life around me, New England is intrinsic in all my work.
After decades of predominantly shooting color, most all of my current imagery is captured in monochrome.
However, it wasn’t until a friend invited me to show my work at an art show that I realized I could possibly be successful at this medium.