Work at DDP Gallery

October 19, 2009

I am teaching full time yet still wanting to push my work.  Dede Peters and I agreed that I would make work for her window for nine consecutive months while teaching at UA.  So, each month I make a display/ piece based on the theme of the show, a psoedo assignment goal oriented project!

Currently, I am experimenting with a scale shift in my work.  The space that Dede provides me happens to be a much larger space than I usually work with.  This space is  surrounded on three sides with windows, which gives me an opportunity to play with sunlight and gallery light at night.

Thus far, I’ve made work for three shows.  The first show’s theme was paper, then wax and currently on display is a show entitled “Nothing’s Perfect in the Garden.”  These themes push me to think strongly about the ideas that solidify my work yet I feel a little less “ownership” which provides me a wonderful venue for taking on new risks.

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Oh deary…

September 16, 2009

So, things have happened since March.  I am just a very bad blogger.  I will post new images soon.  I promise.

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recent obsessions…

January 19, 2009

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Making in 2009

January 12, 2009

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Mt. Sequoia Pottery Sale

December 11, 2008

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Pots in the DDP window!

November 26, 2008

Making Pottery…

November 14, 2008

I’ve been getting ready for the annual Small Works show

which opens on Thursday, December 4 at the DDP gallery in Fayetteville, AR.studio-shot1

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November 8, 2008

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Thursday, November 13, 2008 at the Dickson Street Theater, Fayetteville, AR

This is a local juried art show that I am participating in this Thursday.  Its a wonderful opportunity to see a variety of the arts of Arkansas and converse with the artists.  There will be everything from paintings and sculpture to a fashion show.

dscf1922…at Moberly Area Community College in Moberly, Missouri.  Showing new work from Jeannie Hulen and Amanda Salov until just after the election.