So proud of my son, @gordonmoore97 for the recognition his film, Rain Pot, is receiving! ...

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Making some stationary for letters, and playing with some new inks. 😊💕 ...

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48 degrees, no wind, the perfect day to sneak a mid day walk at Great Rock Bight. I love the off season on our island. ...

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Lovely mid-day beach walk to clear the head. ...

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One more round of cookie making to start of 2021 on a creative foot. With @hannahbmooreart ...

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Decorating gingerbread cookies as a rainy Christmas afternoon activity. My heart is full. ...

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This tree has been in my life for over 20 years. She humbly displays a storyboard of holidays past, written with the ornaments made by friends and family and the memories that they refresh. Most of the year she fits in a compact box in the storage space under the eaves. When she comes out, dresses up, and shines, she fills the house with cheer. ...

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Our pottery shop is open every day from 10-4 up through Christmas Eve and by appointment if you prefer to come early or late. Please wear masks. ...

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Packing up some tiles! 🌸🌸 ...

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This glaze kiln is packed! Barely 2 inches between shelf layers. Fingers crossed that the kiln gods are kind. ...

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So grateful! ...

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Just wrapped up the loveliest early Thanksgiving meal - just family - outside dining - potluck. Eating by lantern light is glorious. I am feeling full of good food and gratitude. Wishing all of you a wonderful Thanksgiving, too! ...

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When I was in the storage shed, I Discovered the plaster molds for these tile designs that I created in the 1990s. I’m excited to get some pressed, glazed, and fired! ...

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Making some chocolate cookies. In my happy place. ...

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Sketching out some new ideas for tile designs. ...

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12 loaves of multi-grain bread. ❤️ a domestic day. ...

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I have a couple of canine guests in the studio today as I finish glazing the last few tiles before firing the glaze kiln. I’ve been glazing for days. I’m looking forward to pushing the start button. ...

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Full moon rising. October 1st, 2020
Watched it from Squibnocket beach.

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I love this color! ...

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What a busy week in the pottery shop! We are so grateful! I’m hard at work making more tiles and dishes. Here is how I make the earthenware press bowls. ...

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Lots of glazing to be done! Hoping to have a full kiln firing before the weekend. ...

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Loading a glaze kiln. Experimenting... I have no idea how this vase will turn out. ...

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Just unloaded a glaze kiln full of tiles. Most of the firing was successful. I was trying out glaze combinations on some new tile designs which is exciting! as well as restocking popular designs that had sold out. ...

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Headed to the mainland for the day - going to pick up some clay and other supplies. 😊 ...

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I live in Chilmark, MA on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. I have a small house with a big studio and strive to lead a creative life. 
About the Daily Digital Drawing Project started in 2012.
I first created this website when I started the daily discipline of doing one digital drawing a day. The practice lasted for several years – although some drawings spanned several days.
Here is my statement about the daily digital drawing project:
After a day of work and family chores, I am trying to do a drawing, just for me.

Why try to do a drawing a day?

Do you know when you’re traveling with your children, you stop every few moments to count heads and make sure everyone is still accounted for?

I realized the end of January 2012 that I had completely misplaced one of my passions. Sometime in the past two decades, I stopped paying attention to my love of drawing.

I decided the beginning of February 2012 to start doing one sketch a day, at the end of the day, after my day job work and family chores are done.

The ritual of drawing every evening has become a balm, a meditation, a way for me to process the day and massage something deep inside myself.

Because I work full time as a website programmer and designer, when I decided to draw again, I turned first to my computer.  Although my visual art training was with a paintbrush on canvas and pencil to sketch book, the years of digital immersion made drawing digitally  an easier step than having to set up a new creative space in the home and purchase lots of new supplies. I already had a powerful computer, large monitors, a pressure sensitive tablet and stylus. In order to stick to my commitment of drawing every day, it had to be as easy as possible, physically, to do it. I draw on the computer with the help of a wacom intuos tablet and Painter15 software.

I did stop the project after 15 months, but resumed it again in September of 2014. I try to draw every day, but since I draw usually after 8:00pm, some nights it just isn’t possible.

The spring of 2015, I switched from digital work to physical materials and started exploring the world of mixed media.


  • Education and Honors
    • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Design/Ceramics
      The University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA 1991-1993
      Suma Cum Laude, Chancellor’s List
    • The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, 1987-1988
    • Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy, 1983 and 1987
      The 1987 Gillian Award Scholarship
    • New York University in France, Paris, France, 1984
    • Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, 1984 (study in Tours France), 1983 – 1984 (on campus)
  • Professional Experience / Internet
    • Sole Proprietor, Goffgrafix Web Development, 1997 – present.
    • Member of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Internet Development Team, September 1999 – April 2000 part time
    • Full time graphic web design and programming for International Compliance Systems, Inc., April 2000 – April 2001
    • Member of Katewood Group Web Site Development Team, March 2001 – 2003 part time
    • Lead Web Designer for Martha’s Vineyard Online (mvol.com), September 2001 – 2003
  • Professional Experience / Visual Design
    • Assistant Ceramic Professor, Studio Art Centers International, Florence 1984 .
    • Installation Artist, Area Night Club, New York City, 1986
    • Ceramist, Illustrator 1985-1999
    • Sole Proprietor, Folk Tiles, a decorative tile manufacturing company, 1993-2000
  • Lectures and Seminars Given
    • Creating A Successful Web Presence, Part of a 3 woman panel, The Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Network (2011)
    • The University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth, Alumni Lecture Series (1998)
    • The Wareham High School, Wareham, MA, Workshop in Tile Making for Students (1998)
    • The University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth, Workshop in Tile Making for Ceramic Undergraduates (1997)
  • Exhibitions for Clay and Painting / Solo
    • The Vineyard Playhouse, Vineyard Haven, MA (2017)
    • The A Gallery, Oak Bluffs, MA (2014)
    • The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, MA (1994,1995,1996,1998)
    • The Wrenn Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA (1990)
    • The Goff’s Gallery, North Tisbury, MA (1985)
  • Exhibitions for Clay and Painting / Group
    • The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA (1995, 1996, 1997)
    • The Ferrin Gallery, Northhampton, MA (1989,1993, 1995)
    • The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, MA (1992, 1993)
    • The Wooden Tent Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA (1993)
    • Studio 244, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Gallery, (1993)
    • Barrows Tea Company, New Bedford, MA (1992)
    • The Artist’s Cooperative, Vineyard Haven, MA (1991)
    • The Wrenn Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA (1990)
    • Starr Gallery, Newton, MA (1990)
    • The Neo Persona Gallery, New York City (1986, 1990)
    • The Clay Pot, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY (1990)
    • Civilization Gallery, New York City (1987)
    • The Strozzi Palace, Florence, Italy (1985)