Saturday, June 9, 2012


This springs newest creatures, Rootluks! They are a calmer more contemplative cousin to the Mandrake. Rootluks would rather talk about the social ramifications of the European debit crisis than screech you to stone. Though there might not be too much of a difference.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Good Show!

Thank you everyone who came to the opening of my Emergence Show at Splash Gallery. It was super fun and great to see all of your smiling faces. An extra thank you to my fantastic models. Thank you, thank you.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Emergence - Solo Show at Splash

Friday, April 6th at Splash Gallery in Olympia, WA on the Waterfront. Please come and join me for the opening night of my new show. I will be showing some of my new spring work including Rootluks, new stuffed creatures, and costumes. There will be snacks, some music and lovely models in moth, butterfly and caterpillar costumes. The show will be up until April 15th.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Dandy Lions

These Dandy Lions here are my newest in revesable pillows. On one side they are lions, on the other flowers, get it, dandy lions. Ha! I'm still working on the flowers, they are a bit abstract but these are big and soft and fun to nap with. They are made from recycled sweaters and clothes and I really like how all of the different patterns of cloth show up.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Polyethelyne Fiend

Here is the bloke who ate up most 2012's young moments and many of  2011's aging ones.  This is my big plastic dragon, officially titled Polyethelyne Fiend. Fellow artist Bil Fleming and I collaborated on this big beastie for the Splash Gallery Show this Feb. at the Washington Preforming Arts Center in Olympia, WA. The opening was great and our fiend is still up there. I think it might be up till April, but I'm not so sure. Below is a link to a lovely story written in the local paper.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Sock Creatures of Winter

These field shots are of actual sock mokeys, sock eles and flying sock eles in the wild (at an art show). The flying eles are hanging out with fellow artist Marion Pollman's lovely ceramics platters and plates.