I use my hands to create intriguing 3-dimensional forms and vessels; functional and non-functional. My goal is to please the eye and capture the attention of my viewer. Over the years I have developed skills that allow me to utilize various materials to create specific and organic works of art. I have gained experience by taking many classes, attending workshops, presentations and conferences. I studied under Richard Burkett at SDSU and Sandy Blain at Arrowmont.
BA in Applied Design
Degree received May 2016
Hand-building Functional and Non-Functional forms
SDSU Ceramics Association, or Clay Club; for the benefit and education of students and those willing to learn and grow with clay.
Helping students and faculty to remember how important the Arts really are. Weekly, during the SDSU Farmer's Market, we demonstrated many different ceramics techniques and skills as well as showcased metal work and jewelry making.
For the Throw-A-Thon ceramics students and non-students come together and donate their time and skills. They create functional and non-functional ceramic pieces to be sold at the art sale. This money goes to the Art Department, specifically the Clay Club. The money earned helps students and clay club members obtain scholarships to attend workshops and conferences.