Current Shows and Exhibitions

March 21 - April 12

 Guozhong Ceramic Art Museum

Beijing, China

July 1 - August 30 

Lappi Theater

Rovaniemi, Finland

Women Pathmakers

January 23 - March 12

Euphrat Museum of Art

M -Th 10:00am - 3:00pm 

21250 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 

Wednesday, February 12, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
with artists and author
Julian Guthrie


April 25 & 26, 2020

Saturday & Sunday 10:00AM-4:00PM                                       Click for registration 


A two day hands-on workshop on underglaze decoration. Whether you are a hand builder, a wheel thrower or somewhere in between, this workshop will show you how to enhance your work with a painterly surface treatment that mimics watercolor. Julia will show you how to use Velvet Underglazes, underglaze pencils and chalks to create multi layered imagery. First you will practice on a bisque tile then work on one of your own bisqued pieces. 

Upcoming Workshop

It is an honor to be a part of this event. My two teapots were among the 573 entries, 200 pieces from18 countries were accepted. I have both teapots accepted and one, "Interrupted Comfort" wan Bronze Award. Yixing, with nearly 7,000 years of ceramic history, is an important birthplace of Chinese ceramic culture and their teapots are legends. The awards were announced on October 18, 2019, during the “10th China Yixing International Ceramic Culture and Art Festival”.

The 1st World Ceramic Teapot Art Competition, Yixing, China

Bronze Award Winner

I'm so excited to announce my acceptance to the IAC - International Academy of Ceramics. Today the Academy is the only association devoted to the medium of clay that functions on an international level. The IAC brings together ceramists, potters, artists, designers, authors, collectors, gallerists, conservators, restorers, curators as well as a panel of prestigious institutions. I'm looking forward to attend 49th IAC congress July 27th -31st, in Lapland. 

 International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland

2019 New Member

Teaching Schedule 


- handbuilding

- throwing

- surface decoration

ART 7ABC: Ceramics

 6:00 PM - 9:05 PM


January 27 - May 22, 2020

If you are in Gilroy area, I teach three levels of Ceramics 7A, B, C. It's a dynamic class for people looking for an artistic outlet. The beginning studio course is designed to introduce the students to the hand-building techniques and artistic potentials of clay as a medium. 

Ceramic 7B course is intended for students to advance their skills and learn how to throw basic forms on the potter's wheel. 

Ceramic 7C requires a high level of skills and artistic thinking to develop a contemporary, personal statement in the ceramic medium. 


- handbuilding

- surface decoration

- raku firing

ARTS 065A 

 2:10 PM - 5:15 PM


January 27 - May 22, 2020

This is a introduction to ceramic class that is designed to expose students to clay, basic hand-building techniques, and different forms of glaze application.

Students will learn how to make functional, decorative, and sculptural items using the following handbuilding techniques: pinching, coil, soft and rigid slabs. 

During the semester, students will learn how to work with colored slips, stains, underglazes and various glazes.

The following surface decoration techniques will be introduced: sgraffito, slip-trailing, stenciling, carving. 


- handbuilding

- beginning throwing

- surface decoration

ART 18 A - Ceramics

ART 18 D - Ceramics Handbuilding

12:30 - 3:15 pm

January 6 - March 23, 2020

This is a combination of two classes run concurrently. The Ceramics class is an intro course to ceramics as an art form that covers all basic hand-building techniques, and introduces to the potters' wheel. Also students learn how to use clay, glazes, colored slips,  and oxides.

The Handbuilding section of the class is the second level of exploring clay. During the quarter students will improve their handbuilding skills and will make more elaborated projects that involved conceptual realization of the ideas and hight level of craftsmanship. Exposure to the surface decoration. 

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