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  • Getting back in gear for this holiday season. Custom orders are always welcome and I will even wrap it all pretty so you don’t have too! 



  • Chelsea and I had such a good experience curating “CUT”.  I cant believe two months has already past and its already time to deinstall!  Thank you to all the artists and everyone who attended the opening.  It was such a success and so much fun.  LOVE YOU. 

  • Pretty lady!  Her boyfriend could tell she loved it, so he surprised her with it when she least expected.  

    Shino Half Moon Necklace, pure copper chain.  

  • I’ve got such beautiful customers.  

    She’s is wearing my (now hers) trail of stones necklace, raw quartz, polished quartz and amethyst on sterling silver chain. 

    Brooklyn, Friends and Lovers pop up, 2015

  • If you find yourself in the Castro tomorrow come hang at Ruby’s and please buy one of my pots. I think they are pretty cool and would probably really look good in your apartment.  And we’ll feed you snacks.  

  • Beautiful Morgan, all happy in her new Broken Pebble Half Moon Necklace.  Thanks grrrlll!

    If you missed this show don’t fret, it’ll be happening once a month! Until then sugar.

  • I was honored to be surrounded by such fun and spirited people this holiday season at the Armstrong Residences!  For seven weeks I worked with a solid group of artists creating around a hundred ceramic ornaments for the Bayview Opera House Christmas tree on 3rd and Oakdale in SF.  They made my job a joy, and without them the tree would definitely not have been as cool.  

  • Im making more pots these days. Stoneware hand etched. 

  • Broken Pebble stoneware clay crystal necklaces on either sterling silver, pure brass or pure copper chain.  The clay crystal is sometimes accompanied by quartz, citrine, turquoise, or whatever energies collide.  

  • Clay crystals drying and almost ready for the kiln.  After they are fired they will be deep brown and metallic maroon.