Since 1992 Associate Professor of Art, Galveston College, Galveston Texas
Since 2009 Coordinator of Music and Visual Arts at Galveston College
2005-2010 Galveston College Fine Art Gallery Coordinator, Galveston Texas
Since 1992 Studio Artist in Galveston, Texas
1984 -1992 Studio Artist in Fort Worth, Texas
1984 -1992 Instructor of Ceramics, Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, Texas
1990 -1991 Instructor of Drawing, Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, Texas
1986 Chairman, Texas Designer/Craftsman Conference, Ft. Worth, Texas
1984 Photography Assistant, Dallas Museum of Art
1983 -1984 Internship in Museum Practices: Education, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX.
1980-1982 Teaching Assistant in Design, University of North Texas
1982-1983 Assistant to the Art Gallery Director, University of North Texas
Lab Assistant in Ceramics, University of North TexasEducation
Since 2007 Post Graduate Studies, Digital Photography, Texas Tech University
1983 MFA University of North Texas Ceramics and Photography
1981 Apprenticeship with Potter, Juan Quezada, Mata Ortiz, Mexico
1979 BFA Wichita State University 

Artist Workshops and Presentations
2011 Reliquary,  Artist Talks during Reception and Sunday Service.
2009 Artist as Activist and Archivist, Photography Seminar, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.
2008 South Texas Ceramic Symposium, Presenting Artist, Pan Am University, Edinburg TX.
2007 Beth Thomas: Visiting Artist, Victoria College Art Department, Victoria, TX.
2006 Beth Thomas: Visiting Artist, Texas Tech, Junction Summer Ceramics Program, TX.
2006 ClayHouston Festival, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX.
2005 On the Red Clay Road: An Artist’s Pilgrimage Greater Austin Clay Association, TX.
2004 Beth Thomas: Visiting Artist University of North Texas Art Department, Denton, TX.
2000 Making Offerings, Marking Time, Brookhaven College, Farmersbranch, TX.
1998 The Artist’s Pilgrimage and Studio Work Ritual, Southwest School of Art and Craft,
San Antonio, TX.
1993 Earthen Vessels: Celestial Journey, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
1991 Saggar Firing and Mosaic Workshop, East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas
1990 Saggar Firing Workshop, Dallas Craft Guild, Dallas, Texas
1989 Juan Quezada and the Village Potters of Mata Ortiz, TPS Guild, Ft. Worth, Texas
1988 Saggar Firing Workshop, Galveston College Art Department, Galveston, Texas
1984 Learning the Elements of Design Gateway Gallery, Dallas Museum of Art
1983 Visiting Artist in Ceramics, Institutio d’Allende, San Miguel d’Allende, Mexico

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Objects Gallery

Archetypal Vessels
Allegory of Creation


Images Gallery

Healing Tools
Vanishing Species
Pilgrimages and Process

About the Artist