Small Favors, The Clay Studio of Philadelphia

Small FavorsThe Clay Studio of Philadelphia puts on an annual show that challenges artists to work on a smaller scale. My piece in the show, measuring under 4″ was made out of sprigs to create a sculptural ball of leaves.

This year as the Clay Studio show reaches it’s 10th Anniversary of Small Favors,  the show continues to display a large breadth of ideas and form.

April 3-26 2015


MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Pleasure of Place


My Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibit was a solo show installed in the Fosdick Nelson Gallery in Alfred, NY. The work represented part of my explorations in grad school and largely that of my investigations in tile.


iBook, American iPottery  I have now been included in an e-book survey of contemporary American potters. This collection includes visual galleries and interactive images along with biographies and artist’s statements. This survey was compiled by author, Kevin Hluch and compiled as an iBook through iTunes. With over eight hundred pages, this compilation would be a great resource for collectors, students and teachers as well as those interested in contemporary American pottery.


Terra Firma, The Belfry 


















How to Article, Pottery Making Illustrated

goldtein1-300x249Interested in learning how I make and decorate my pottery? Well, I wrote an article on my process step by step. Head on over to Ceramic Arts Daily to check it out. It can also be found in Pottery Making Illustrated magazine. Hope you enjoy!





Next up : ArtStream Nomadic Gallery Tour

I am about to set sail with the ArtStream Nomadic Gallery for the Artstream’s 2012 tour. The converted Airstream trailer-turned mobile gallery represents a selection of studio potters and ceramists from every corner of the United States.

This year, I have been included in the Artstream tour which heads to NCECA, the National Conference for the Education and Advancement of Ceramic Arts being held in Seattle, WA.

Not only will the Artstream be parked and open to the general public on the streets of Seattle, but inside the historic theatre building, a historic space will be turned into a temporary gallery, and guests are invited to come investigate hundreds of artists’ handmade cups while they enjoy drinks from Seattle coffee roasters Buzz Cafe and Espresso Bar.

Also find my work during the NCECA Seattle conference in the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts show “Cups and Coffee” at Fuel CoffeeShop,  and if you are looking for a different beverage flavor, I will be showing in a Beer Stein show curated by Stephen Robinson, Professor of Ceramics at Central Washington University.

After the conference I will demonstrate and lecture at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts in Portland, OR, and Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA and Central Washington University in Ellensberg, WA.

Can’t wait ! ! !



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