Passe’ Dore’, 2017

Ceramic, mixed media

24”h x 22”w x 18”d



The Fossil Record, 2016

Ceramic, mixed media

18’’h x 10’’w x 15’’d



The White Hart, 2015

Ceramic, gold leaf, flocking, 3D prints

30’’h x 20’’w x 20’’d


The Edge of Chaos, 2015

Ceramic, mixed media

18’’h x 6’’w x 24’’d

Magnificant Migration-180

The Colossal Collapse, 2015

Ceramic, mixed media

32’’h x 13’’w x 5’’d

Magnificant Migration-061

Kesevan, 2014

Ceramic, mixed media

23’’h x 22’’w x 7’’d


Bozo the Dodo, 2014

24’’h x 9’’w x 10’’d

Ceramic, Bronze, mixed media


Achilles, 2011

28” x 34” x 12”

Porcelain, engobes, cone 6. Leather strap and twine.

Telemachus, 2011

24” x 18” x 10”

Porcelain, engobes, cone 6. Brass ring.

Prometheus, 2011

12” x 35” x 16”

Porcelain, engobes, cone 6. Twine and masonry nails.

Echo, 2011

24” x 26” x 18”

Porcelain, engobes, cone 6. Porcupine quills, and rope.

Orpheus, 2011

18” x 25” x 16”

Dark Stoneware, engobes, cone 6. Cloth, and twine.

Hades: Keeper of the Balance, 2010

3′ x 4′ x 3′

Porcelain, stains, low fire and high fire glazes, Cone 6.

Dryad, 2010

18”x 30”x 10”

Porcelain, stains, low fire and high fire glazes, Cone 6.

Atlas: He Who Shoulders The Earth, 2010

3′ x 4′ x 2′

Porcelain, stains, low fire and high fire glazes, Cone 6.

Nothing Gold Can Stay, 2010

Polar Bears, 6” x 10” x 4”. Bear Skull, 4.5” x 8.5” x 4”

Porcelain, Gold Luster, Sandblasted, Cone 10. Presented with Black Bear Skull.

Tread Softly, 2010

Polar Bear, 6” x 10” x 4”. Skins, 10”x 24”.

Porcelain, China Paint, Cone 10. Presented with Arctic Fox Pelts.

Leftovers, 2009

3′ x 11′ x 10”

Terracotta, stains, low fire glazes, Cone 04.

Cowslip, 2009

6.5” x 9” x 3.5”

Porcelain, Gold Luster, Cone 10.

Nildrohane, 2009

5” x 11.5” x 4.5

Porcelain, China Paint, Cone 10.

Thorah, 2009

5.5” x 10” x 4.5”

Porcelain, Cone 10.

Mother Nature, 2008

42” x 24” x 24”

Stoneware, Under glazes and stains. Residual Salt Fired, Cone 10.

7 Responses to Portfolio

  1. Michellino says:

    The Drayad is wonderful……………………Thanks.

  2. Aunt Di says:

    Congratulations on your graduation! I REALLY love your animal sculptures. I enjoyed reading animal encylopedias as a child also. I don’t know if I could afford any, but let me know when you’ve set-up shop and offer any for sale. Aunt Di

  3. Lee Ristow says:

    Amazing work!

  4. Shannon Cain says:

    Hi Ariel,
    I wanted to say “Thank You” for your help at the foundry, but missed you before you left. Then, I was in the office where I had seen the wallowing brontotherium. It always caught my attention. Very cool ideas and congratulations on the show and article!

  5. Joanna Mann says:

    Hello, I saw the wonderful write up in the Star Telegram! I was wondering if you are have any summer workshops in the DFW area this summer??? I am very much interested!

  6. apocalypseicons says:

    Outstanding. I love not only the detail but the feel you have for the physiology of your creatures.

  7. Karmien Bowman says:

    So fun !

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