Midpointart, LLC is located in Houston, TX, not only focuses on creativity but also the environment. The studio utilizes a pollution free, renewable energy product generated through 100% wind. See www.reliant.com for more information. We also make every effort to recycle materials whenever possible, including paper, clay, packaging materials, etc.
We are working hard to frequent markets around Houston. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for dates and locations (don't forget to like us while you are there!). Currently we host booths at Memorial Villages Farmers Market and Jersey Village Farmers Market.
Contact us if you need additional buying options. We can deliver qualifying purchases within Houston and we can also ship your purchases via USPS (contact us for shipping prices). Lastly, if you would rather shop online, visit midpointart on etsy! While our stock is in constant flux, you can get an overview of our current ceramic stock on etsy.
We are currently seeking a Houston venue. If you have a gallery or storefront and would like to see our works in your space, feel free to email us.
with quiet purpose
I will never be able to keep myself from dabbling in various art media. I enjoy the process of learning and I relish exploring something new. My art studio is a testament to
this, with tubs of various tools neatly stacked.
Truly it was the birth of my son that made me focus my artistic efforts and find a groove. All the weighty and noble art criticism wafted away. It was time to simply get to work. My desire honed in to ceramics, then simple forms, then smooth and simple forms, but yet, a smooth and simple form with a quiet purpose. My desire is to create works of art that will be a part of your daily life. I want the work to have a conversation with you every day. I want that daily interaction to grow into a lifelong relationship.
My favorite way to sell pottery is to place the work directly in the hands of the future owner. I want that moment of connection, with the work becoming the midpoint.
Once before I would have stated that my influences are wide and vast. But now, simple line, simple curve, quiet purpose. I desire to refine my works down to the simplest form and use this surface for calming glaze work. Life is busy; let's make this simple. Let's remember connection. Let's refine ourselves.
University of Houston - Clear Lake
Master of Arts in Humanities, Track II Images
Project Director: Professor Nick de Vries
ClayHouston (current member, previous secretary)
Lawndale Art Center
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
UHCL Art Association
Info coming soon!