After spending my youth in Austin, I studied art at Southwest Texas State University, learning to produce ceramics in the Japanese folk art Mingei tradition. I worked in San Marcos as a production potter, then I moved to Austin to complete a BFA in Art History at the University of Texas. I relocated to California and embarked on a career in set decoration for the film industry, acquiring a collection of movie magic craft skills. I moved on to complete an MFA in 3-D Art at California State University, Northridge. I returned to Texas to establish the ceramics department at the new Lone Star College, Cy-Fair in Houston. After many years at LSC I have moved to San Marcos to open a studio where I am producing ceramics and sculptural forms in several media which reference my response to the human experience and my love of the natural world. I also offer instructional workshops in a variety of ceramic processes and the medium of Encaustic wax for both two and three-dimensional applications. I have exhibited my work in numerous cities across California and Texas.
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