FANMAIL: I know it was probably 10 or 11 years ago in Mendocino but it made me feel old so I was just being vague. Anyway, still, when I joined crafthaus there was a photo of one of your pieces up in the sidebar and every time I saw it, I laughed because I remembered our class. I still remember telling you I was Hungarian and that you had some of that in your family history too.
I treasure the cup I have that you made and still love your style. I'm working with metal clay for the last 10 years in between some ceramic sculpture. Your class was one of my best ceramic classes taken and gave me many things to think about - especially "color and line". If I had a list of artists that influenced me, you would be in the top ten of that list, even though I work in silver now. I sometimes check the internet for photos of your current work. I hope you are doing well.
View an excerpt of the recently published Humor in Craft Book:This online exhibit features 12 +1 images of humorous craft artwork from around the world and the artists' commentary about the role humor plays in their work.Fun for all! …See More
This week's conference highlight is the exhibition ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS. The Grand Hand Gallery is pleased to present the work of 4 contemporary jewelry artists, working in a wide range of materials, and each of them…"
The good life that society prescribes -- the untrammeled pursuit of wealth and fame, leisure and consumption -- often leaves some essential part of us malnourished. We may be capable, competent individuals yet find ourselves starved for avenues of engagement that provide more satisfying…See More