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  • Judy Garland – A Star in the Heavens

    My series of "Stars in the Heavens": Judy Garland as Dorothy singing "Somewhere over the Rainbow" in "The Wizard of Oz". This series of figures portrays widely recognized famous personalities with connections to music.

  • Albert Einstein: A Star in the Heavens

    My series of "Stars in the Heavens": Albert Einstein, who also played the violin for fun like my Dad, after work. This series of figures portrays widely recognized famous personalities with connections to music.

  • Rudy Autio: A Star in the Heavens

    My series of "Stars in the Heavens":
    Rudy Autio, ceramic artist/musician.
    I had a chance to sing with Rudy after ceramic classes in grad school at the U. of Montana. This series of figures portrays widely recognized famous personalities with connections to music.

  • Dizzy Gillespie: A Star in the Heavens

    My series of "Stars in the Heavens": Dizzy Gillespie the great trumpet player. See his unique instrument. This series of figures portrays widely recognized famous personalities with connections to music.

  • Ballet Dancer Dinnerware

    Porcelain Dinnerware celebrating the performing arts, based on a triangle.
    Nesting pitchers, bowls, cups and plates are available. Slip cast original shapes designed by me with my illustrations.

  • Tuba Player Dinnerware

    Porcelain Dinnerware celebrating the performing arts, based on a triangle.
    Nesting pitchers, bowls, cups and plates are available. Slip cast original shapes designed by me with my illustrations. LEGO bricks used for support.

  • Sheep and Cellist in Field of Notes

    I've discovered that my sheep and animal imagery is most popular with the general public, and I sell more dinnerware with animals. But here I'm experimenting with adding music to my images and playing with colored decals. With Andromeda software I can created halftones for my illustrations when making silkscreens.

  • Nesting Pitchers with Orchestra

    Nesting pitchers originally created at a residency called Guldagergaard, the Ceramic Research Center in Denmark. I was there in 2012 as a resident artist. I applied printed decals on top of the glaze and refired the pitchers. The musicians are from a classical concert sketched in one of my program guides.

  • Armchair Traveler

    Stoneware Sculpture inspired by Norman Rockwell's famous painting of a red headed young boy practicing the trumpet. In my version the boy is a teenager, with scenes of Denmark on the armchair. I made it at Guldagergaard, the Ceramic Research Center, Denmark, during my 2011 residency there. Unfortunately, it was lost in the mail when shipped home.

  • Armchair Traveler-before firing in kiln

    Stoneware Sculpture inspired by Norman Rockwell's famous painting of a red headed young boy practicing the trumpet. In my version the boy is a teenager, with scenes of Denmark on the armchair. I made it at Guldagergaard, the Ceramic Research Center, Denmark, during my 2011 residency there. Unfortunately, it was lost in the mail when shipped home.