I discovered the joy of working with clay and the Raku Kiln in 2002, after stumbling upon the Cromwell Pottery Club premises in Old Cromwell Precinct. At the time I was seeking new mediums through which to express myself.
The simple convex shape of my wall plates serve as a canvas to be carved, imprinted and folded to represent landforms, or painted with paper clay slurry to create highly textured surfaces with a strong sense of movement.
My choice of glazes and instinctive tendency towards lazy lines are representative of my immediate environment but have a universal appeal, as is evident in increasing sales to overseas visitors.
Ceramic art is an extension of my work in landscape design and vice versa … perfect.
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