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There are two strands to my work, which in some ways are quite opposite. One being about precision and control and the other a much freer form of expression. Common to both are the techniques I use to create surfaces on clay. Surface qualities, markmaking and colour are an important aspect of my work and the composition and organisation of these surfaces is what I find exciting. Ceramic printing techniques offer the opportunity to work in both a precise way or if desired a less controlled way allowing for the unexpected to arise, each have their own challenges.
I am interested in the relationship between vessel forms and the space they occupy within a composition. The pieces do not have a specific function but there are references to the tabletop and the presentation of food.
I like to explore colour, pattern and spatial composition as they interact with form, and the ceramic materials that are applied to the surfaces.
I work intuitively, enjoying the playfulness of composing with form, colour and pattern.
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