The clay is live and accommodating, it becomes my partner in the early morning studio. We bond and evolve together, greeting the day. It is a world to wake up to with so many pathways to explore, and I keep learning.
I am a conduit for what touches me emotionally and socially in the world. As a fan of imagination and magic, textures and movement, dance and culture, I choose to celebrate this life as experienced through my realities.
Wire is light and mobile, the winds and light give the work a unique dimension, these pieces become alive beyond my invention.
I have been learning a lot about materials, combining disparate elements to make something new. Things that seem broken can have a new life and be made relevant again, like us, like life.