"What would you rather be a Bunny or a Wolf?”

$1000

1’ X 1’ X 2”

Ceramic Cloisonné on a porcelain tile with mixed media, from the “What is in a name series” this individual tile created in a ceramic cloisonné process developed by the artist was designed to express the importance people give to “a good name”.

"Ancestors in our names, in our souls and in our Heads”

$1000

1’ X 1’ X 2”

Ceramic Cloisonné on a porcelain tile with mixed media, from the “What is in a name series” this individual tile created in a ceramic cloisonné process developed by the artist was designed to express the artist’s feelings about the heritage passed on in our family name..

“Tea for Two and Memories on Which to Brew”

$2000

2’ X 2’ X 2”

Ceramic Cloisonné on a porcelain tile with wheel thrown teapot and cup and mixed media, from the “What is tea series?” This work is from a day in the artist’s life on her best friend’s back porch talking about their shared memories and future dreams was created in a ceramic cloisonné process developed by the artist.

"First Tea Party”

$2000

2’ X 2’ X 2”

This Ceramic Cloisonné work is a combination of the two and three dimensional realms of art. With wheel thrown elements added to the sandblasted porcelain tile the work virtually jumps off the plane. This elegant work is framed and mounted behind a plexi-glass box depicting a grandmother’s joy at watching her granddaughter’s first tea party and remembering her own.

"We are What We Do”

$600

12"X 3” X 4”

This carved brick image is from my “Hand Series”.  Hands are the most expressive part of our bodies and I use them to showcase emotions with bas-relief carvings to express the effect our everyday lives have on our personalities.

"Emerging Soul”

$300

4” X 6” X 3”

This work is a hand carved brick about the growth of a person as they evolve through their lives.

"Terrific Tennis”

$200

3” X 3” X 2”

This work is from the “Girls and their Pearls” Series.  It touches on yet another passion of many women and has subtle touches of glaze on all three dimensional surfaces.

"Joyful Jewels”

$200

3” X 3” X 2”

This work is from the “Girls and their Pearls” Series.  It has wonderful details on all sides with touches of colored glazes.

"Cuddly Cats”

$200

3” X 3” X 2”

This image in carved brick is from the “Girls and their Pearls” Series.  It is enhanced with subtle touches of colored glazes.

"Fast Cars”

$200

3” X 3” X 2”

This carved brick image is from the “Boys and their Toys” Series. It is enhanced with subtle touches of colored glazes.

"Big Yacht”

$200

3” X 3” X 2”

This carved brick image is from the “Boys and their Toys” series.  It is a true three dimensional image with wonderful details on all sides.

Knight : “Lies People tell or It was this big and they are real”

$1000

20” X 10” X 10”

This is a Knight Chess piece from the “Games People Play” Series. It was a public art exhibition at Nations Bank in Atlanta Georgia. The piece is wheel thrown porcelain assembled wet, glazed with a high fire porcelain glaze then sandblasted with pastel drawings. As in old Greek black ware the story unfolds as one walks around the piece. This work is about all the lies that people tell in their lies, “the fish was soo big, the check is in the mail and I’ll return your lawn mover tomorrow”.

Pawn : “My Art is better than your Art”

$600

12” X 8” X 8”

This is a Pawn Chess piece from the “Games People Play” Series. It was a public art exhibition at Nations Bank in Atlanta Georgia. The piece is wheel thrown porcelain assembled wet, glazed with a high fire porcelain glaze then sandblasted with pastel drawings. As in old Greek black ware the story unfolds as one walks around the piece. It depicts one of the oldest “games” in the world of ART.

"First time across the Street : First time across the Ocean”

$800

15” X 6” X 6”

From the first experiences we have in our lives comes this tea pot. Wheel thrown and joined together while still wet with slip decoration, high fire glazes, sandblasted and drawn on with pastels. A protective coating is then added. As we grow and explore the world around us two major milepost we concur are crossing the street for the first time and then crossing an ocean. 


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