My ceramics are best described as a freehand format mix of random and considered elements. I am obsessed by the ceramic process and the excitement of possibility that comes with using heat works, chemical formulas and clay to create surface and form. Throughout history/prehistory pottery has carried the potential for expressive visual surface on a multitude of form, the complexity of which delves beneath transcient fashion.
I love the permanence, brilliance and richness of surface that is uniquely associated with the special art/craft medium of Ceramic. I am also particularly interested in the fact that Potters continue to use traditional techniques as a vehicle of expression. I like to think that I am providing my marketplace with nifty little post-modern interpretations of domestic ornament for our little museums we call ‘home’.