Born in New York, lives and works in Woodland, CA. MFA in Visual Arts from the Art Institute of Boston/Lesley University, BA from Yale University. Artist in Residence at Anderson Ranch Art Center, CO and Vermont Studio Center. Collections: The Crocker Art Museum, UC Davis Shrem Museum; Arizona State U Museum, Tempe; Butler Institute of American Art; and Yale U Art Gallery. Publications: Confrontational Ceramics, 500 Figures in Clay: I & II, Ceramics Art and Perception, and Ceramics Monthly.
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Hand-built clay inflatable swans and other creatures serve as trompe l’oeil metaphors of contemporary life. Whether filled or deflated of air, when placed within teacups and organic shapes, they suggest the clash of modern culture and artifice with nature. These ceramic forms exist in a landscape that reflects a view of life as an internal conflict of paradise and purgatory.