|On the left: my rug and painting, the right: watercolors by Lisa Manning|
Dot’s Dream House
“I don’t eat off anything else. It makes washing dishes a pleasure. It makes preparing food a pleasure. Your relationship with an object somehow transmutes all those other things.”
Michael Stevenson commenting on the ceramics of South African artist, Hylton Nel.
Our world is filled with objects with which we interact constantly. What if these pieces no matter how humble were well crafted, truly beautiful, and inspiring? What if they made our homes cozy, joyful, unburdened, and fun? Could we feel free to be ourselves, then? The Dots dare to dream . . .
|Row House Print on Tote Bags|
|My Stash Baskets|
|Row House Print on Tea Towels|
|Table display featuring various vessels|
|Stash Basket and Vases|
|Rag Rug and small collage paintings|
|I sold the painting on the left. I finished the night before the show--literally last thing made.|
|Succulents in Joanna Goss' April pot and in a bunny pot by Lisa Manning|
|Cozy Corner of random pillows and rag rug|
|Joanna Goss--recipe cards|
|Lisa Manning--ceramic wall vases and shrines|