Exhibit News

Particles on the Wall is excited to announce upcoming exhibits!


The REACH Museum

June 29 - October 21, 2016.

The REACH Museum
1943 Columbia Park Trail
Richland, WA 99352
Sun & Mon: Closed
Tue - Sat: 10:00AM-4:30PM


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Contributed Works:

Hot Hanford Heavywater Hare

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Exhibit Resume



Artist Bio

Moving to Seattle from New York City in 1970 marked my journey to becoming a professional potter. Working as a studio potter at Pottery Northwest from 1970-77, I participated in group shows, street fairs, and the assorted activities of being a potter in the seventies. Then in 1977 I was chosen to become a CETA Artist in the City by the Seattle Arts Commission with a residency in the Seattle Schools. This opened the way to my “day job” as the school district’s Arts Resource Specialist. I retired in 2000. This work in the Arts earned me many awards including:
  • 1993 The Governors Arts Award
  • 1996 The Seattle Arts Commission’s Howard S Wright Award for Outstanding support of the Arts
  • 1996 The Seattle Repertory Theatre's Outstanding Arts Educator 
Throughout those years I continued to pursue my love of clay. Serving on the Pottery Northwest Board as a member and President, kept me in contact with the clay community. During this time I set up my studio and was constantly exploring my clay work.
Currently, coming full circle, I am once again, a full time studio potter in my own studio in Wallingford, Seattle. I am primarily a functional potter exploring the natural world and the human condition while making pieces that people can use and enjoy. My work is a result of many techniques including, throwing. mold making, slip casting, handbuilding, low fire glazing, and using the computer to create original decals to explore new forms of surface decoration. All of these changes have encouraged me to further develop my way with clay.