Joy preparing a Bone Gang series for Raku firing                                       New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest 08      

ABOUT JOY

 Joy uses illustrative storytelling on the surfaces of her original  clay art pieces. She strives to share  the rich culture and heritage of life in New Orleans by capturing some of the character, colors and soul surrounding her.  Joy lives in New Orleans in a turquoise house and is assisted in her studio by an assortment of pets.  

OCCUPATION

Raku Clay Artist

EDUCATION

University of Missouri

Workshops

Arrowmount

Lifetime of Experimentation

PUBLICATIONS

“Clay Projects for Kids at Heart”

“Why Flamingos”

“Bone Gangs of New Orleans”

"Color Me New Orleans"

"Nola Day" A Story Pottery Story

GALLERY REPRESENTATION - NEW ORLEANS

KAKO Gallery, 536 Royal St. in the French Quarter of New Orleans, LA.

Dutch Alley Artists Co-Op (where Dumaine meets Decatur at the Mississippi River in the French Quarter) 912 North Peters St., New Orleans, LA.

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, LA.  MARKETPLACE, APRIL 30, MAY 1, 2, 3, 

for inquiries or commissions,

[email protected]

(504)723 8464