For the Wall

For the Wall

If you've been reading this blog at all you will know that I've been obsessed with the form of the circle for a while.  For some reason, pre-pandemic, I made a ton of different sized porcelain circles, ovals, and even some hexagonal shapes, just for good measure.  They've been piling up in my living room, and I recently figured out what to do with them. Abstract wall hangings! I love the modern vibe they throw off, and the negative space.  I really love the different thicknesses of each pie...

Watercolor Fun Time!

Watercolor Fun Time!

Hello from snowy Vermont!  I love this time of year because its (usually) nice and snowy, the nights are long, and it feels slow in the studio after the bustle of the holiday season.  Its nice to be able to take time to play outside in the snow, and inside in the studio with some new techniques. When the pandemic first hit and we were all locked inside I found myself at a loss, like I'm sure so many of you did, too.  Since I had just moved the studio and everything was packed up and heaped in...

Round and round

Round and round

the allure of the circle


Installations::Ritz Carlton Club, St. Thomas

In this episode of "Installations" I want to talk about one of my favorite projects to date: the installation of the waves in the lobby of the Ritz Carlton Club in St. Thomas.  It's one of my faves not only because I got to go there and install it myself, but because it really made a fantastic impact on the space, and solved a huge problem for the client. They had recently completely redecorated the lobby of the building, but the piece chosen by the designer to hang above the coffee bar (a ...

virtual grand opening

virtual grand opening

virtual grand opening details

changes in the time of covid

changes in the time of covid

musings on things and shop updates

i'm moving!!

i'm moving!!

a quick note about my studio move