Teapots, Facejugs, Cups, and other Pottery Forms, 2012 - Present
I love and deeply appreciate pottery. Many of my most treasured possessions are pots made by artists I admire, and I firmly believe just about any issue in contemporary art can be explored with a thrown or hand-formed vessel. In fact, I often find that the objects involved in my domestic routines provide me a much richer connection with art than most of my visits to the gallery or museum.
Most of my pots are just for looking at, or holding flowers, or whiskey, or love-letters, or candy, etc.