Join me August 11th-13th for the first semi-annual Shoppe Object show in New York City. For more information or to setup an appointment during the show contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Join me February 4-7, 2018 at the Javits Center during NY Now where I will be exhibiting new work in Accent on Design. You can find me in booth number 4151.
"Thousands of RISD alumni around the world find joy and personal satisfaction in designing and making original work. Since many also run online retail shops, RISDmade offers a convenient way to find quality alumni work produced well beyond our campus in Providence, RI.*
The work highlighted on RISDmade is as diverse and eclectic as our community, yet it shares certain recognizable qualities reflective of the values RISD alumni bring to the objects they make: an understanding of materials, exquisite craftsmanship and a strong personal voice.
Now that we have launched this new RISD resource, we hope that you’re able to readily connect with members of our talented creative community. And while we can’t represent all the work we’d ideally like to share, the collection will be refreshed periodically.
Whether you’re a member of our global RISD community or are discovering the work of RISD makers for the first time, we hope RISDmade helps you find it more easily. And remember: buying art makes everyone feel happier!"
"A good houseplant can purify the air, help relieve stress or simply liven up an empty corner. But choose the wrong species and routine maintenance quickly becomes a chore — especially in the winter, when dark days compound with busy travelschedules. The good news is that not every houseplant requires daily, or even weekly, attention. There are plenty of handsome, low-effort species ready to tackle the long winter ahead — forgetful thumbs be damned."
"Inspired by architecture, passionate about materials."
Listen to a conversation I had with Candelita from The Fabricant Way where I discuss how I got my start and what lead me to live and work in Kingston, NY.
Join myself and many other talented designers at this years Field + Supply event!
"Field + Supply began in 2014, as a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair. It consists of a carefully curated selection of makers highlighting goods, old and new, from a variety of studios and workshops representing a wide range of crafts. This year, the fourth Field+Supply will be held at the Hutton Brickyards on October 6th, 7th and 8th in Kingston, NY. Located directly on the banks of the Hudson River and in the center of the rapidly transforming Hudson Valley, the reimagined Hutton Brickyards, with its bucolic grounds, industrial infrastructure, and rich history, is poised to become a top boutique cultural and entertainment venue. Hutton Brickyards is a symbol of New York’s industrial prowess as the area’s leading brickmaker for over 100 years. We believe HBY is the perfect backdrop for this year’s fair. We look forward to another amazing weekend. We hope you will join us!"
"One of the most impressive ways of presenting a meal to a guests is also the simplest: piling the food high on serving platters. Which is a relief after you've been toiling in the kitchen."
"With a style that blurs the line between fine art and functional design, ceramicist Andrew Molleur isn’t a stranger to breaking the mold. His pieces combine clean lines with geometric patterns and textures, creating unique visual and physical experiences wherever they’re displayed. We teamed him up with artisans in Lima, Peru to create this modern suite of Incan-inspired, mix-and-match pieces."
Clay & Glaze is a curated installation that features contemporary work by an invited group of regional and international ceramicists. From faces (and other body parts) on canisters to crumpled vessels to architectural, hard edges, Clay & Glaze will highlight contemporary ceramics at its best.
"Although pottery once felt like a dated medium- it does go back 20,000 years, after all- today there are communities of you ceramists sprouting up in cities across the world. Their experimentation with shape, function and texture is unprecedented, and thanks to the internet, their craft is more accessible than ever."
Head over to the Still House blog and see my top picks for things to do in and around Kingston, NY. Also be sure to stop by there store or shop online to see the custom bowls I made along with other porcelain wares.
New sculptural work available through Uprise Art. Great site that makes unique art works accessible to everyone. I will all be debuting new work with them at Sight Unseen OFFSITE.
I will be exhibiting work May 13th-16th at Sight Unseen OFFSITE located in The Grace Building, 15th Floor, New York, NY. "Sight Unseen OFFSITE combines works by the best and brightest independent design studios with those from established, forward-thinking brands to create a must-see destination for industry professionals and design lovers a like"
Curated by Jennifer Scanlan
February 6 – July 10, 2016
Morgan Anderson and Corridor Galleries
Opening reception Saturday, February 6, 2016, 5–7 pm
"In the 21st century, design has become personal. Bombarded by an endless array of mass-produced objects in big box stores and on the Internet, people are increasingly attracted to the unique and custom-made. Drawing on designers and makers in the Hudson Valley and environs, this exhibition considers the ways in which the contemporary design object is customized for the individual, from the one-of-a-kind objects made by craft techniques to the latest technological advances of 3D printing. The exhibition will include approximately 25 designers/makers and demonstrate a range of approaches to design."
Joshua Vogel & Blackcreek Mercantile