I have been enjoying a diverse creative career, and you can see some of my other art works here, but I have always gravitated towards the figurative. It has been a revelatory experience working with abstracted clay forms. I have found it a subtle way of exploring relationships – less didactic and funnier than recreating human shapes.
I love the processes of working with clay and tend to leave traces of manufacture in the work, a bit like a detective game, or archaeology. The works have a strong organic sense to them too, and although that was incidental I’m happy with the balancing act of this work that can be seen as something like ceramic vases, or seed pods or a human relationship.