Learn more about a few of our members and what they are making at Mad Dog.
Coco is an interdisciplinary artist who received her Masters in Ceramics from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2020.
Eileen recently returned to exploring her art through mixed media after a lengthy hiatus.
Jean-François Allaux is an award-winning editorial illustrator and sculptor born and raised in Morocco.
I have a background in film/video and enjoy expressing myself through writing and photography.
A graduate of Rhode Island College in Art Education, Kerri makes functional pottery as a professional hobby.
A musician and college music teacher who likes getting out of her academic mindset to play in the mud.
I make comics, graphic novels, zines, paintings, patterns and drawings.
My work celebrates the ordinary. I strive to bring a storyteller's perspective to the mostly overlooked people and places.
As a retired Scituate H.S. art teacher, I am a multimedia artist using Mad Dog Studios for my stoneware sculptures.
Watercolor, Fiber Art
Jen Wright is an artist who specializes in watercolor and fiber art. She is in awe of the energy, movement, and transformation that nature provides us.
I have been my own boss since 2011 when I left the graphic design industry to follow my passion in stained glass.
I work in a variety of media, drawing on my interests in pattern, language, and textile practices from around the world.
Retired nurse, rosarian, potter, and Ikenobo enthusiast, Patsy especially enjoys making Ikebana vessels.
Sarah is a multi-media artist and cosplayer who crafts everything from 6ft prop swords to delicate origami earrings.
I love creating characters and creatures. My favorite animal is the wolf and so my artist name is D the Wolf.
Makes hand-painted jewelry, unconventional needlepoint canvas designs, and dabbles in oils & pastels.
I moved to Providence RI in June of 2021 and have enjoyed working in plein air during the summers!
Kathy Lappin is a nurse by day and potter by night, making functional and creative ceramics.
I‘ve been an visual person all my life. How I do things and what they look like, is as important to me as what I do.
I paint the change of urbanscapes from the unpredictable to the everyday.
Tara grew up in the very rural Northwest corner of RI, in Foster-Glocester. Her pottery is a reflection of the colors and textures of the woods and lakes of her hometown.