- GRADUATE STUDIES
- STUDENT LIFE
Fine Arts, Division of Visual and Performing Arts
B.S., Smith College
M.F.A., University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Ceramics all levels
Printmaking all levels
3 dimensional design
Freshman year inquiry seminar
Research Interests & Areas of Expertise
Green printmaking techniques and wood fired ceramics.
I work primarily with porcelain for my ceramics, and make both functional and sculptural pieces, including tile murals. I am particularly interested in atmospheric firing techniques, including wood firing. In printmaking, I work with found plates, and intaglio etching incorporating mapping concepts with my imagery.
Honors & Awards
2010 President’s Award, NH Campus Compact
2005 Blanche E. Colman Award
Publications and Presentations
Printmaking Revolution, Dwight Pogue, 2012
Non-Toxic Printmaking, Mark Graver, 2010
“Keeping your hands in clay”, Topical Discussion, NCECA conference, Philadelphia, 2010
NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts)
Whiting Foundation Grant for 2012-13
Sailing, gardening, travelling to new places.