Interview with Resident Artist
Robert Thomas Mullen

Posted January 29, 2013 in Blog


Robert Thomas Mullen in his studio at HCCC. Photo by Kim Coffman.

Tell us a little about what you are currently working on.

I’m currently working on a series of jewelry pieces that express my reactions to living in an urban environment.  I have never lived in a town bigger than 10,000 people before Houston.  My more current work focuses on urban settings, the Atlantic Ocean and cityscapes. Continue Reading »

Interview with Resident Artist
Paula Haymond

Posted February 29, 2012 in Blog

This week, we’re sharing the third in a series of interviews featured our current artists-in-residence. Paula Haymond is a woodturner who combines many different woodworking techniques, as well as acrylic paints and metal, to create three-dimensional works of art.

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Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Clark Kellogg

Posted November 13, 2010 in Blog

A native of Houston, TX, Clark Kellogg has been interested in woodworking and furniture making since he was 14, when he and his father started building small projects in the family garage. He received his BA from the University of Virginia. Continue Reading »