Dominique Ostuni is a ceramicist residing in the woods of Bowdoinham, Maine. Her work is an ode to pleasure and desire, the postman and the painter, yourself and myself, so on and so fourth. She likes to work across a variety of different materials but tends to focus mainly on ceramic objects using the language of hand-building. Porcelain allows the wares to feel like utilitarian paintings, while the prose found on the pots tells her story and also her secrets. She has been a resident artist at CRETA Rome and she currently works out of her studio nestled next to the Cathance River with a hummingbird named Tito and a greyhound named Oscar. Her work resides in the permanent collections of cabinets and hands throughout this very beautiful and very strange world of ours.