In the fall, I will begin my 3 year journey towards a MFA in ceramics at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania!
I am super excited to start this next adventure and I look forward to sharing it with you through this blog.
The 28th annual Alabama Clay Conference was held in February. It was a wonderful weekend full of artists, demonstrations, vendors, lectures (including Garth Clark, Bonnie Kemske, and Magdalene Odundo), and community!
I was asked to be a demonstrating artist assistant this year, so I got to help Dirk Staschke by using his press-molds to make vegetables for his sculpture. Dirk was a nice guy and I had a fabulous experience!
Here are a few photos of the demonstrating artists at work!
My husband and I will be selling ceramics, cards, and prints at this event!
We hope to see you there!
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Extra Large White and Yellow Bowl with Alphabet and Animals.
Available at my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/listing/112990392/extra-large-white-and-yellow-bowl-with?
ALCC 28 Presenters
Preparations are under way for the 28th annual Alabama Clay Conference! It will be in Birmingham again and will be February 21st - 24th, 2013. The theme will be…figurative! The presenters scheduled are:
Annnd… Gerit. Grimm. !!!
Also, big news!, I have been asked (along with 2 good friends and my husband) to assist the presenters! Here is hoping February is closer than it feels!