I create three-dimensional wall pieces with the objective to transform perception of space through the interaction of shape and light.
Made of porcelain, my wall sculptures are inspired by modernist architecture and patterns of archetypes occurring in nature.
Seeking to link process to concept, I combine traditional ceramic techniques with styles and concepts relating to Minimalism and Modernism. While modular by nature, each wall element is constructed individually to imbue precision with subtleties of the hand. My glazes are designed to express alchemy induced by fire and to provide a perimeter of colors and textures to emphasize volume and line.
My intent is to create visual confluence between serendipity and control, where qualities of archetype and architecture intersect.
EDUCATION Master of Fine Art Ceramics. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN (1993-1996) Bachelor of Fine Art Ceramics. Kansas City Art Institut…
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