I picked up Zen and the Art of Pottery again last night and was struck by this timely truth: An anonymous cup made five thousand years ago can be my teacher… As I think about my path to becoming proficient as
In Spanish class, I’ve learned (still learning really) that if I want my students to learn more, I have to slow down. If I want language to really live in their bodies, hearts and minds, I can’t rush them through long
There are easily 1,001 things on my To Do list. But today, I’m just enjoying this moment.
Here’s a sneak peak at two of the 25 mugs I’ll have for sale at #iFLT15 on Tuesday! Handmade (by my hands). Fired to 2400 degrees F. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Ready for your Caribou coffee or tea. For those
I’ve found time to make a very few special edition mugs to commemorate iFLT being held at Tartan High School in my district here in MN. If you’re coming, I hope you’ll pick one up. From my hands to
Next weekend, May 15-17 I will be participating in Art-a-Whirl, a massive art crawl in the arts district of Minneapolis, sponsored by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (nemaa.org). I will be demonstrating my wheel-thrown work at the Mojo Coffee Gallery