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Member of Oregon Potters Association . Participates in the annual sale in late spring at Ceramics Showcase at the Convention center in Portland, OR.
Member of Clayfolk. Participates in Clayfolk show in November in Medford, Oregon.
Member of the Pottery Council of the American Ceramics Society and attend their workshops and conferences.
Member of NCECA and attend yearly conferences.
Member of Local Clay and participates in Clayfest in October in Eugene, OR
Member of the Clay Guild of the Cascades.
I have taught and studied pottery for most of the last fifty years. Here is a list of my art, art teaching and pottery activities in those years. Then there are some links to glorious art and pottery collections in art museums that I have loved and visited.
1967 - Hand building and throwing classes at College of the Siskiyous, Weed CA with Barry Barnes
1968-1971 – Glaze chemistry and pottery with Ruth Rippon at Sacramento State, now CSU at Sacramento
1971-2 – Taught art at Palisade, Colorado
1973-7 – Taught pottery, printmaking, design and art history at a senior high school, Fruita Monument High in Fruita, Colorado
1975 -7 - Chairman of Glazes at a potters cooperative in Clifton, Colorado near Grand Junction.
1977 – Took high school students to eight countries in Europe with the People to People student ambassador Program We visited the major museums in Washington DC, London, Paris, Vienna, Prague and other cities. I was most impressed by the Rodin Museum and the Victoria and Albert, Ceramics Collection.
1977 – Taught art to sixth through twelfth grades on a one year contract in Port Orford and Langlois Schools in Oregon.
1978 – Worked and studied at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts when it was in Downtown Portland Oregon.
1979 – 1984 – Taught art at Azalea Middle School in Brookings, OR.
1985- 1997 – Taught art in Three Rivers Schools, Josephine County, Oregon
2002 – Retired from full-time teaching and became a potter. Set up small studio. Acquired most every tool and piece of equipment known to potters…well, I still need a soda kiln!
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