Tuesday, February 17, 2015

ArtsNowNC Feature

A couple months back I had a super fun experience being photographed in my backyard and studio by Alexandrea Thomsen for ArtsNowNC, this great website that covers arts events and does artist features in the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill). Thought I would share it today because winter hasn't left the south, we actually got our first snowfall of this winter and I'm absolutely dying to get back in my studio. It's looking like I'll have to wait until at least the first week of March so today I'm just enjoying these photographs. Thanks for the lasting memories Alex!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Featured by the amazing Molly Yeh

So recently I shipped a little white cake plate all the way across the country to the amazing food blogger, Molly Yeh and she was generous enough to feature it on her instagram and blog! These are a couple of my favorite shots! All photographs by Molly of course!! 


Just FYI, I'm rather phasing out my etsy shop so always feel free to shoot me an email to place an order or contact me though my instagram! I can make cake plates of all sizes and colors and love to do so! Thanks again to the fabulous Molly for giving my ceramics some love.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

"When I Lose My Grip" Performance Stills

These photographs we all taken by my friend and Durham-based photographer Eleanor Mills.  

Less than two months after my solo show at the Carrack I was lucky enough to receive another solo show at the Scrap Exchange, an incredible Durham re-use organization. Every year the Scrap does this  great event on Black Friday called Smashfest. Everyone hangs out, drinks beer and breaks pottery in the parking lot behind the store. I proposed a show and performance in conjunction with their event. I hung an abbreviated version of my wallpaper tiles in a linear organization and then on the day of Smashfest I led my performance "When I Lose My Grip." Those who wanted to participate came into the gallery and I asked them to select a tile from the wall, blindfold themselves, and then consecutively drop their tile. It is a sound performance and so participants have to navigate the decision of when they think it is their turn to drop their tile. I was so happy with the result and I love these stills of the performance.  It's funny looking at people do such a strange thing without the use of sight. I have video of the event so hopefully I'll share that soon!

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Superfluous Fowl: Exhibition Documentation

I'm so excited to finally share the final product of all of my efforts lately.  I am so thrilled with how the installation went and it has been so fun sharing it with friends, family, and the community.  The amazing Frank Myers photographed the show, all of the following image credits to go him!  I was really bad and didn't take any pictures during the opening, which was last night, other than of my table of food!  If I manage to pull some pics together from friends I'll share those soon. 

All of the works are ceramic and made my me!