This is the Anthropocene.

Harris Center for the Arts | Bank of America Gallery

The Anthropocene is defined as the current geological age during which human activity has been the dominant influence on the climate and the environment. In this exhibition, five artists respond to this topic within the themes of Animal, Agriculture, Landscape, Water and Atmosphere, from multiple viewpoints and approaches.

February 11 – March 27, 2022
Reception for the artists:
March 17th 2022 6:30 – 8:30

Folsom Lake College 10 College Parkway, Folsom CA
Gallery Hours: 12-4 Tuesday -Thursday
NCECA Conference Hours: Tue 3/25 10–3, Wed 3/26 10–5, Thu 3/27 5-9, Fri 3/28 5–9, Sat 3/29 5–8

New Exhibit: Field of View

I’m excited to participate in this group exhibition at CC Gallery in New Taipei City Taiwan! Several of the works I made during my residency at the Yingge Ceramics Museum in 2019 were collected by the gallery at the end of my residency but this is their first official exhibition there. I wish I could be there for the opening!

Exhibition Time | Time to Exhibit 2021.11.4-11.27
Opening Time | Opening 2021.11.07 (Sun) 15:00
Exhibition Address | Location No. 24, Lane 259, Songjiang Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City

Encore Weekend! Ready?

The second and final weekend of Open Studios is just a few days away!

Visit the studio and say hi Oct 16TH & 17TH from 11-5

Artist #243 in the catalog

2523 C Mission St Santa Cruz CA 95060


Will you marry me???

These fun, oversized rings were a collaboration with Lucia Bruer & Franco DiMajo and they have officially landed at Sierra Azul Sculpture Garden for the annual SCULPTURE IS: exhibit. Each ceramic gemstone is set in a steel bezel and mounted to the steel rings designed with shapes that mimic the planes of the gems. Be sure to check out Bling! 1 and Bling! 2 at Sierra Azul Gardens in Watsonville!

Sierra Azul Nursery 2660 East Lake Ave (Hwy 152) Watsonville California 95076 | June 7 – October 31 2021 | Open Daily 10 – 5

For more information: Pajaro Valley Arts

Virtual Tour of Take-Aways Art to Go Exhibit

Tour the Take Aways exhibit virtually HERE!

This exhibit features seventy-six of the county’s most notable artists in Take Aways: Art to Go! The art on view includes a wide variety of mediums including: sculpture, drawing, ceramics, fiber, mixed media, encaustic (wax), printmaking, photography, glasswork, and more. In this wildly popular show everyone benefits; you take home fabulous art the day of your purchase, the artists and PVA get their normal commissions, and new art comes into the gallery every day!


Gallery Hours:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11.00am – 4.00pm, by appointment only.

Max group size: 10 persons, masks and social distance is required.

Grants Pass Museum of Art Fundraiser

bone series: urchins | shop | Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture

This piece from the Bone Series | Urchins will be available in the online auction to support the Grants Pass Museum of Art. Join the museum in a night of Blues music, art and storytelling at their Virtual Black, White, and the Blues event.

Thursday, March 25, 2021 6PM (PDT)

This year’s event is a chance for the community to join together to ensure art remains accessible for all. RSVP and learn more here:

Black, White & the Blues Virtual Event

first friday at radius gallery


It’s probably been a very long time since you experienced First Fridays in Santa Cruz, but now you can see my art in person at Radius Gallery this Friday March 5th from 6-9pm. Wear your mask, stay 6′ apart and be prepared to wait your turn to go into the exhibit, but it’s totally worth it! Enjoy!

Radius Gallery is located at the Tannery Arts Center in Studio #127 | 1050 River Street / Santa Cruz, CA / 95060

About the exhibit: 450 Pieces is an exhibition in partnership with Arts Council Santa Cruz, Radius Gallery, R. Blitzer Gallery, and Curated By The Sea. The show features over 450 pieces of original artwork by artist throughout Santa Cruz County. Last year in the height of the pandemic, the Arts Council created a new program called the Visual Arts Network to direct buyers and collectors to artists. Fast forward to today and we three galleries jumped on an opportunity to get the art in-house.