The Pause IS Mesmerizing

stopping time, these visits are amazing meditations in understanding earth's rhythms.  Life beyond our plane - experience if you can!


Up On Walls - February 2018

A few prints selected for exhibit in CT area galleries.
Much to experience with each involved in group exhibits. 
Shadow Walker,  SoCCA Student & Faculty Exhibit. through February 23.
Midnight, ALNB - Working from the Figure 2018 through February 18

Cats In Repose, East Granby Public Library, Annual Juried Exhibit through March 5


Get To See Some New Works

Many opportunities for all to find close contact with our work.  Featuring new Fine Art and Craft for those seeking a special piece for family and friends over the 2017 Holiday Season.  Investing in our work insures your support in our efforts to share quality product with all.

Next up with exhibits:

Positive In Negative Space, Mono-print, 2016
Dystopia-Utopia Exhibit, ALNB, New Britain, CT

Additional works including ceramic, paintings, prints, and fiber faux-a scarves can be accessed by visiting any of the following locations:

ALNB, New Britain, CT
SoCCA, Southington, CT
Gordon Fine Arts Gallery, Stamford, CT
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
FVAC, Avon, CT

Acquiring Online:
Etsy - Primitive Clay Works
Square Marketplace - mDennan jBrunelle


George Michael ft Mary J Blige - As (CJ Mackintosh Cosmack Club Mix)

Magic Happens


Gifts arrive in multiple colors celebrating life's most precious moments. Hazy pink dusk under gloss of polished glass, framed appropriately. Shadows of cabins at sea level inspired by another.
Receiving works as gifts is a treasure! Blessed.




4 Tuesdays, October 24 - Nov 14, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Explore a variety of printmaking methods with result on a variety of papers. Learn traditional block-printing, monotype and mono-printing from demonstrations to create your own stunning prints. Unconventional drawing and sketching exercises and multi-layered printing develop mixed media collage works. Discover endless possibilities and be inspired while working in a supportive environment. Sessions involve cutting wood, linoleum and rubber with gouges and knives. Careful attention to proper use of tools is encouraged!
Material fee: $20 paid to the instructor the first day of class.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Non-Members: $95

Members: $85.50


5 Mondays, October 16 - November 6, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm or
5 Tuesdays, October 17 - November 7, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Make a different project while learning a new technique each week. A range of hand-building and sculpting techniques (wedging, pinching and slab sculpting), in addition to glazing methods are all covered during this fun, intensive class. By the end of the term, complete four or more projects and gain a better understanding and appreciation of the ceramic medium. Materials fee for 25 lbs clay, glaze and firing payable to instructor: $35.
Experience Level: Beginner
October 16 - November 6, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Non-Members $180

Members $162

October 17 - November 7, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Non-Members $180

Members $162