Master of Fine Art Thesis Show
State University of New York at New Paltz
Dorsky Museum of Art
"I return to the water’s edge to feel my mind empty before me. Water gives form to a swell of intentions, released to drift, reflect, and find resonance with the tide.
I pair digital and craft based techniques to infiltrate contemporary design and honor traditions of handmade ceramics. Patterns function as a vehicle through space, offering markers for perception and revealing a subliminal tendency to seek order and repetition. Creating patterns with Computer Aided Design, mold making and slip casting, allow me to offer an experience that provides the viewer with a quiet, immense moment."