Winter's Florifertum

I am excited to be included in Winter's Florifertum, December 2-23, 2011, at Red Lodge Clay Center. According to the exhibition card, Molly Hatch will collaborate with other elaborately ornate varietals of function including: Jenni Brandt, Michael Kline, Melody Tiemann, Julie Johnson, Diana Fayt, Elizabeth Robinson, Sanam Emami and Michelle Miller. The loft gallery will bloom in excessive, celebratory holiday abundance.


Winterfest 2011

These salt and peppers are an example of the work I sent to Baltimore Clayworks for their Winterfest 2011 exhibition and sale. The show runs from November 19, 2011-January 6, 2012. Other invited artists include:  Lorna Awalt (MD), Ingrid Bathe (ME), HP Bloomer (TX), Jeff Campana (VT), Josh Copus (NC), Marty Fielding (VT), Janelle Gang (MD), Daniel Garretson (CO),  Andrew Gilliatt (LA), Lynne Hobaica (NY), Mike Jabbur (VA), Tom Jaszczak (MN), Brian Jones (OR), Christopher Melia (TX), Sebastian Moh (KY), Lindsey Oesteritter (KY), Debra Oliva (MI), Doug Peltzman (NY), Melody Tiemann (MS), Jeremy Wallace (MD).

It's Been Awhile

To keep it brief a lot has happened since my last post over a year ago.

I moved to Mississippi to take a teaching position at Mississippi Valley State University last Fall after my time at the Appalachian Center for Craft was over. I had three fabulous and enriching years as the Resident Artist in Clay at the Craft Center, and miss it still.

I am currently teaching five courses a semester ranging from foundation classes to art history. It has been a wild ride, but so worth it. In addition to teaching, I've been making work. Most recently for group exhibitions and sales at Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana, Balitmore Clayworks, and the Appalachian Center for Craft.

I am also in the process of updating my website so until that is complete please excuse the down site. I will keep you posted, a little better this time.