Rome Day 2

We spent the day getting acquainted with the metro system in Rome and took a quick ride out to the Colosseum.

Rome Day 1

The first leg of the trip was all about playing the waiting game.  We started arriving at the airport in Salt Lake City around 6:30 a.m. Our first flight took us to JFK in New York City where we had a few hour layover, I figured it was time to break out the camera and […]

4 0nly 1

My work is on display at the 401 Gallery at UVU for the next week or so.  It has been renamed 4 Only 1, since the music department at the school put practice rooms for their students in our gallery we have room for only 1 piece.  I put this piece on display: It is […]

Bowls for Humanity

This Friday March, 5th from 6 – 9 PM in Provo is the Food and Care Coalition’s annual “Bowls for Humanity” fundraiser.  This is a great cause and a great opportunity to collect art from local Utah Potters. I have been contributing to Bowls for Humanity since my friend Tammy Rodeback started it.  This year […]

Longevity of Clay

People have asked me what it is about clay that I love so much.  There are many reasons why I love to play in the “Mud”.  One of them being the longevity that it offers to my art.  There is a story in one of our local newspapers about a discovery made recently in the […]

Holiday Sale at UVU

The UVU Ceramic Artist Association will be holding their Semi-Annual Pottery Sale December 7 & 8, 2009.  The sale will be held in the Ceramics Studio (GT 340) on the UVU Campus.  Work will be sold by CAA members and invited guests.  I hope you can join us for the sale.  I will have some […]