PO Box 197 Margaret River WA 6285 Australia – email for directions.
Three types of interrelated work.
1. I use repetition of related elements across large surfaces to develop rhythm and perception of movement. These wall or floor peices can be temporary as in the recent exhibitions or permanent as in public and private art commissions.
2. Individual ceramic sculptural forms are built using a variety of hand techniques. Currently these explore contrasting surfaces contained in fragmented pieces, small parts of a whole.
3. The design of innovative pieces for the presentation of food using techniques and concepts found in the other areas of my practice. These pieces are suited to larger scale production.
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February 21, 2015 | One Day Workshop in Hilliard, Ohio
February 2015 |Potters Council Sponsorship for Alabama Clay Conference