Category Archives: Lillstreet

Studio Sale – May 7th, 2005


As you can see from my postcard image above, I’m having a studio sale at my studio (an innovative idea…) in Chicago on May 7th from 10am – 5pm. To learn more about this sale and to get important information like directions to the studio and payment options, please head on over to sodafired.com and you’ll see all the pertinent information you need right there. I hope you can make it.

Workshop with Jordan Taylor


My good friend and fellow Earlham alum Jordan Taylor, is going to be coming to Lillstreet Art Center this April to do a 2 day workshop.

Jordan and I worked side by side on our senior projects at Earlham, making pots, loading and firing kilns. After we graduated, Jordan and I have both gone on to make pots full time- but we have arrived there by very different paths. Jordan went the route of many the clay graduate of EC, and did a long apprenticeship. He worked with Mark Skudlarek in Cambridge, Wisconsin for 3 1/2 years. After his apprenticeship was completed, he moved to north eastern Pennsylvania to set up his shop. He wrote an article for Ceramics Monthly about his journey of making pots.

In Union Dale, Pennsylvania Jordan built his wood kiln…

where he fires his pots…

If you are interested in registering for this workshop, it’s on April 16th and 17th — contact Lillstreet Gallery for more information (773.769.4226).

Studio Sale

This Friday December 3, from 5pm – 10pm is the opening night gala at my studio, Lillstreet Gallery, and all 26 artist studios at Lillstreet Studios in Chicago. We’re located at 4401 N. Ravenswood Ave., in Chicago, IL. Come on up to my studio on the second floor (205 west).

My studio will be open during regular business hours throughout the first 3 weeks of December. Feel free to call or email ahead to make an appointment. Or just stop by… I’ll be there.

I have lots of new work, like…

and…

and of course you can always find…

I will be taking credit cards, as well as checks and cash. Gift boxes are available.

If you can’t make it to my studio, you can find work for sale on my website.
Or you can also find my work this season at:

Hope to see you soon…keep warm!