It's here - my first blog post! I apologize for taking so long to get this started. In the midst of completing my senior thesis exhibition at George Fox University, graduating, and traveling home to Kansas for the holidays, it has been a bit hectic. Now I'm back in Oregon and experiencing for the first time what it is like on the other side of finishing college. 

 Excerpts from my Senior Thesis Exhibition, titled  Marrow .   Photos by Benjamin Holtrop. For more pictures of the show, visit his blog at:  http://meanderingsthroughmuseumhalls.blogspot.com/

Excerpts from my Senior Thesis Exhibition, titled Marrow

Photos by Benjamin Holtrop. For more pictures of the show, visit his blog at: http://meanderingsthroughmuseumhalls.blogspot.com/

To be honest, I feel a bit out of place at times. I am working part time on campus still, yet I have to balance the feelings of belonging while knowing I am no longer a student. My card access is gone to the places I used to be able to roam freely, especially the ceramics labs. Yet I still am finding ways to keep throwing - after taking a lengthy break from the wheel I am slowly letting myself get back into the rhythm of it.

I apologize for the lack of recent pictures in this post. I promise that in the future my posts will have a higher ratio of pictures to text so you can get a real idea of what is happening with my ceramics! As for now, the beginning stages are not too exciting. However, if you happen to be in the Newberg area, feel free to stop by Pulp & Circumstance (where I am now working part-time!) to see some of my work from Marrow on display! 

Just for fun, if you have not seen the video from Marrow yet, here it is again. It speaks to how art, in this case ceramics, can bring people together to foster relationship and community. The beautiful videography is done by Megan Clark, and more of her videos can be found at http://vimeo.com/meganclarkproductions. Enjoy!

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