The who, what, when & where.
I’m fascinated with dogs. Dogs are nifty alien-like creatures which have infiltrated our world. They live among us sharing common experiences. They are our companions on our life travels. The Ojibwa folk tale explains it best, “The earth trembled and a great rift appeared, separating the first man and woman from the rest of the […]
My studio is located in a small town in extreme southwestern North Dakota called Bowman. Bowman was a founded as a railroad stop in 1907. The population of the city of Bowman is around 1600 people, with about 3200 people in the county (also called Bowman). It is a nice place to live. My studio […]
About Art Making Why dogs? I like dogs. I like the physicality of dogs. I like the history of dogs. I like the myths about dogs. Mostly I think that dogs are nifty little alien-like creatures which have infiltrated our world. Masters of adaptation. Parasites living off their human hosts– I mean that in the […]
From the Blog
I love raw clay. It would be helpful to the blogging process if I could articulate this. I’ll try but with all great love affairs there is that part that is unexplainable. Yes? The first time I remember being aware of the love of clay was in a Sculpture 101 class in college. The assignment […]
Last week, Princess was put into a box and shipped to the other side of North Dakota to the Plains Art Museum. The exhibit is called Red River Reciprocity: Contemporary Ceramics in Minnesota and North Dakota. This is a joint project between the Plains and the Northern Clay Center. Holy cow it sure is wonderful […]
Kind things said.
I saw your sculptures, my God, they made me cry. I have never seen anything as real. I am around greyhounds all the time and your pieces have captured their soul. Amazing!!- From Florida
My sculpture arrived today. I am speechless … it is so much better in person than in picture. This dog, hopefully, will not be my last piece from your studio … it is beyond beautiful.- From Texas