2020 has been a year of upheaval and change, an acknowledgment that plans that have been in the works for a year or so can evaporate and a calendar that was once clogged and busy is now free and clear.

Consequently, due to Covid-19, most of my workshops, wood kiln firings, lectures and exhibitions for this coming year have been either cancelled or postponed. Though personally difficult on numerous fronts, this has given me time in the studio which would otherwise have been spent with travel and professional commitments, and is allowing a flow in the making cycle that I haven’t had in a number of years.  

The work that comes out of this unique period of time will be fired and shown in late 2020 and 2021. Though none of us know how things may develop in the months ahead and how realistic it is to make plans for the next year or so, I’m looking forward to at some point getting back on that plane, firing wood kilns and getting the work back out into the world. 

If you’re interested in participating in any of the future workshops or firings, contact the host institution for detailed information, dates and fees.