Workshop: Buffalo State University

27 02 2013
Work Shop: Buffalo State University

Workshop: Buffalo State University

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Demoing closed form box

Demoing closed form box

I had a great time while at Buff State a couple weeks ago! Both the students and faculty in the ceramics department were very generous, accommodating, and hard working.  Oh, and the food…delicious! Thanks again for having me, it was fun couple of days.





Museum Visit (Soon At The PMA): “Great and Mighty Things” (Outsider Art From the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection, March 3rd – June 9th

19 02 2013
Howard Finster, American, 1916 - 2001, "Quit Blowing Your Horn Down There. Don't you See My Hands Are Full"

Howard Finster, American, 1916 – 2001, “Quit Blowing Your Horn Down There. Don’t you See My Hands Are Full”

William L. Hawkins, American, 1895 - 1990, "Boffo"

William L. Hawkins, American, 1895 – 1990, “Boffo”

 





Museum Visit: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philly, PA

18 12 2012
Bowl, Iran, late 13th-early 14th centuries AD

Bowl, Iran, late 13th-early 14th centuries AD

 





Workshop: Montgomery County Community Collage (MCCC)

6 12 2012
Work shop Images from MCCC by Dave Thomas

MCCC work shop images by: Dave Thomas

I had a wonderful time during my workshop at MCCC. Michael Connelly is a great host and the workshop attendees were warm and inquisitive. Not to mention, every single one of them seems be a good cook, treating me with a delicious lunch spread! Thanks again for coming!





Schaller Gallery: “Box”

2 12 2012
"Simple" (Box), 2.75" x 4" x 4", earthenware, slip, and glaze

“Simple” (Box), 2.75″ x 4″ x 4″, earthenware, slip, and glaze





Workshop: Montgomery County Community College (11/28/2012, 9am-4pm)

27 11 2012

Photo from recent workshop at The Clay Studio





Santa Fe Clay: “Handle with Care”

26 11 2012

Click above image to see the show!

I appreciate the title for this show as well as the show card (above).

There are some lovely pots in this show. I especially like these cups by Sue Tirrell.

Sadly, one of our Sue Tirrell cups has now become a tooth brush holder, as earlier this morning it was dropped in the sink and cracked. No worries,  she is so constant with her work that we wont have a hard time finding another one of the same quality!








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