Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and they are hosting a number of exciting events throughout the year to celebrate. Back in 2010 I was awarded a Kiln God Residency at Watershed and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Baltimore Clayworks is exhibiting the work from a select group of the kiln god award recipients in an exhibition this month, called Watershed's Kiln Gods. I'm happy to be able to participate in this great show. You can also look for Watershed's auction to be held this summer during the Invite + Ignite symposium where I have donated a wood and soda fired ewer for the event.
Read more about the exhibition here.
View the show online.
Watershed's Invite + Ignite Symposium in July
April 20, 2012
April 15, 2012
April 8, 2012
Madison County Potter's Market
Saturday April 28, 9am-5pm
Showcasing the work of the 10 full time members of the Potters of Madison County and their 10 invited guest potters. The group was created in 2011 to unite and acknowledge the growing, skilled and diverse group of men & women currently creating ceramic work in Madison County, NC.
For directions and information about exhibiting potters visit:
I'm excited to be invited into this great show, hope to see you there!
April 7, 2012
It's my favorite time of year when the green of the earth and the beautiful light help the joy shine out of me! Living around here, it's easy to find a day hike, for this one the other day, I ventured over to Colberts Ridge Trail, a hike up to the Black Mountain Range out of Celo, NC. Little pieces of spring were showing up here and there, such as wild oats, false hellebore, dog violets, and bloodroot, but the hardwood trees are still holding back to give me views of the Blacks in the distance. At home I've got some seeds started in the greenhouse and even a few things planted outside, even though it can be early here. Oh, sometimes I think I could have been a full time gardener! It all goes hand in hand with my creative life.