The MN NICE Program is currently accepting applications for its 2022-23 cohort. MN NICE is a one-year ceramic intensive that I run collaboratively with Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis. It is designed for advanced students who are looking to clarify their artistic voice and move into a professional realm. If curious, read all about MN NICE here and get in touch!
Check out my pots, currently featured as a fundraiser for Artaxis (@artaxis)! Sales support the work of this independent organization–a fantastic resource and network in the ceramic community.
If you’re on the UMN St. Paul Campus, stop by the newly renovated College of Biological Sciences Conservatory & Botanical Collection. While working as an Artist-in-Residence last year, I created a series of large tiles, illustrating plant species specific to each of the Conservatory’s four biomes. My tiles are now permanently installed in the lobby.
Good Earth: The Pots and Passion of Walter Ostrom was recently published in conjunction with Walter’s exhibition at The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. I was honored to write an essay about Walter’s beautiful and brilliant work for this book.
I was honored to recently jury the wonderful exhibition Breakfast at the International Museum of Dinnerware Design. Check out the amazing work here!
I will be teaching a 4-day workshop at the Grand Marais Art Colony in beautiful Grand Marais, Minnesota. Come join me for Patterns on Pots September 8-11th. Check out their website for information about registration!
I will be showing a set of of my new tableware in the Above Board Ceramics exhibition at the virtual NCECA conference this year. It looks like it will be an exceptional exhibition, launching March 17th!
I was thrilled to be invited to design the Art of the Pot shirt for the 17th year of the show in Austin, TX. The sale may be over, but t-shirts are still available!
Check out my work in Chromatherapy, an exhibition at Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana. Other artists include: Nikki Blair, Rebecca Chappell, Sunshine Cobb, Brian Giniewski, Brett Kern, Marty Fielding, and Andy Shaw.
I am honored to have been selected by Ceramic Arts Network, Ceramics Monthly, and Pottery Making Illustrated as the 2020 Ceramic Artist of the year.