I am very pleased to announce that a special selection of my sculptures are now available from interior designer Delinah Simmons's showroom at the Decorative Arts Center in Atlanta.
The month flew by! I had the pleasure of exhibiting many wall and tabletop sculptures in this beautiful Gloucester space--right next door to the Cape Ann Museum, a favorite place of mine. The white walls and tall ceilings, and all the natural light showed off my work so well...Thank you to Jane Deering for having me there.
I am very happy to announce the installation is complete and so happy to see this at the reception desk!
I am thrilled and honored to announce that from over 200 submissions, The Copley Society has notified me this week that juror Carey Vose from Vose Galleries, chose my tabletop sculpture, Madame Caroline Testout for the Summer Members Show: Anchors Aweigh. Named after the heirloom rose, (see above), it was an absolute joy to create.
It was an absolute pleasure to bring 10 new sculptures to David Webster today! Scroll over the Work section of my website to see these: Agatha Rose 1 & 2, two 1' x 2' wood panel with matte glazed abstract roses affixed to the surface....named in honor of my mother, Agatha Katherine and the beautiful rose of the same name; Bouquet D' Ete, a 30" x 30" wood panel with abstract Cala Lily porcelain flowers tossed about the surface; two stand-alone abstract roses, Emerald Goddess II and III; and five tabletop sea-themed works: Full Moon Tide; Passing Storm II; Winter Sea II; Napali Morning; and After the Rain.
I am honored to have been included: "Saatchi Art presents the NOBU CONTEMPORARIES COLLECTION, highlighting exceptional emerging artists from around the world whose works embody the unique chemistry and perfect balance that define the Nobu experience: sensuous luxury, fine artistry, and surprising details. Curated by Saatchi Art's Chief Curator, Rebecca Wilson, and Nobu Hotel Shoreditch Resident Artist, Sichi."
I am very pleased to announce that my porcelain sculpture, Lillium Stargazer, is now part of the design environment at the new multi-million dollar Fortune International oceanfront residences known as Jade Signature. The 57-story tower is at 16901 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach.
Jade Signature was designed by the internationally-renowned Herzog & de Meuron with interiors by Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) with offices in Chicago and Paris. PYR is part of Perkins + Will, an integrated design firm with 24 offices around the world.
Many thanks to the award-winning Pierre-Yves Rochon for bringing my work here.
I could not envision a more perfect setting for this porcelain floral—a place where sea breezes and sunlight will clock time in this magnificent space.
L' innatendu (The Unexpected), is being installed in the new Talisa Hotel, a luxury ski in/ski out hotel at the base of Vail Mountain. The work has been created with multiple, hand-formed porcelain micro-sculptures that gently undulate on a 5’ x 7’ wall.
I am so happy to announce the recently completed a special commission for celebrityinterior designer and television personality Kari Whitman.
Among her clients are Jessica Alba, Kristen Bell,Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas, Don Johnson, Virginia Madsen, EmilioEstevez, and Don Henley.
She is known for her eclectic style and knowledge ofeco-and pet friendly design. Ms. Whitman requested a 4 x 5 foot creation.
Made up of tiny, hand-formed porcelain micro-sculptures thatrecall the my signature floral shapes, Elan Vital II now hangs in aprivate collector’s home.
I am happy to announce that my Emerald Goddess was chosen by interior designer Jennifer Mendelsohn as an example of shapes attracting her designer's eye. Emerald Goddess is on exhibit at Ella Richardson Fine Art, Charleston.
I am so pleased to be included in Curator Katharine Henning's curated sculpture feature this week.
I am so pleased to announce that my sculpture, Empress of the Garden, has been chosen by the National Association of Women Artists jury for inclusion in the Innovative Crafts online exhibition from June 1, 2017 -August 1, 2017.
This, my latest sculpture, arrived recently at this Broad Street gallery.
See photos on my blog of works in the gallery.
Elan Vital, a seven foot by eight foot porcelain sculpture which I was commissioned to create for the London House Hotel, Chicago, is now on public display.
The work comprises more than 300 individual, hand-formed, porcelain floral sculptures, each between one and three inches in diameter. To celebrate the new life being given to this architectural landmark, I titled it Elan Vital, which means Life Force. Philosopher Henri Bergson hypothesized this to be the principle force propelling regeneration and evolution in nature.
The London House Hotel, built in 1923 and designed by renowned architect Alfred S. Alschuler, is one of the "Big Four" skyscrapers surrounding the Michigan Avenue Bridge at the Chicago River.
Here is the link to the hotel and the actual area where my work is hung.