A Simple Twist of Fate

A Simple Twist of Fate

Description  A Simple Twist of Fate (God’s divine plan) occurred when my husband, Bob, hung out with me in the studio for a while as I started this piece. The walls were only a couple inches high when he suddenly asked, “Can you make the edges twist as you build the...
Ojo Verde

Ojo Verde

Description  Ojo Verde is kind of autobiographical. My eyes, normally grey-blue, turn green when I wear dark green. Firing my kiln has become a metaphor for life. No matter how carefully I plan the form and try to organize the color elements, somehow the firing...
Ascendant

Ascendant

Description  Ascendant was a huge surprise when I took it out of the kiln. No two ways about it, those are angel wings reaching from the foot to the lid! They resulted from a lock of white horse tail hair wrapped in a figure-8 around the body of the piece. Also used...
Eve’s Pomegranate

Eve’s Pomegranate

Description  It wasn’t an apple, you know. It may have been a pomegranate, a beautiful Mediterranean fruit with an alluring scent and a bitter, seedy pulp. Looks are deceiving! The shape of this small piece reminds me of a pomegranate, hence the name. Dimensions...
Luna’s Bowl

Luna’s Bowl

Description  Luna’s Bowl is named for the mare who belongs to a neighbor here in Buena Vista. The 3 circular squiggly swirls were created by Luna’s tail hair, positioned over the ferric chloride, sugar crystals and bits of copper wire that created the imagery, during...
Kilauea’s Cocktail

Kilauea’s Cocktail

Description  Sea Foam + Lava, Shaken, Not Stirred I’m working on developing a broader color pallet – this one includes verde copper accents that brought to mind the sea foam on the coast of the Big Island in Hawaii, where Kilauea poured her lava into the sea. ...

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