My life is always reflected in my work somehow.  I have recently found myself in a place where I am concerned about healthy eating vs. processed and fast foods and living in the moment vs. obsessive worrying about the future.  My lifestyle is changing and my work, when used, encourages others to do so as well.  The thought of eating or drinking out of a form that might “harm” you is disturbing, but it is the food served in those dishes that can cause the real damage.


Lotus is a native Texas ceramist who completed her MFA at the University of Houston, taught at numerous community colleges in Houston and surrounding area before returning to teach at her alma mater.  She participated in the Artist in Residence Program at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and served as Chair and Co-Chair of Empty Bowls Houston. Her work has been published national craft magazines such as Ceramics Monthly, the Crafts Report and Clay Times, blog review from culturemap.com, and filmed for television for HGTV's (Home and Garden Television)  "That's Clever" and for "the StyleFyle" on Arizona Midday.


Recent Selected Exhibitions

Texas Clay Festival, Gruene, TX
Preserving Space, Russ Pittman Park, Bellaire, TX

Texas Clay Festival, Gruene, TX
Inspired in Education, 18 Hands Gallery, Houston, TX

Orton Cone Box Show, Baldwin City, Kansas
Lost & Found, Janette Kennedy Gallery, Dallas, TX
Texas Clay Festival, Gruene, TX
Craft Texas, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX
Open Studio, Studio 2017, Houston, TX
ClayHouston Festival, Houston, TX



Selected Work: