My work looks at large thrown vessels; the pieces are thrown in parts and assembled to produce larger surfaces that are animated through throwing and glazing. Working in porcelain, I use a range of approaches in my throwing to create forms that will capture qualities of fluidity, movement, and provide a sense of space. I make these works conscious of natural phenomena and dramatic landscapes, absorbing colour, shape, and the diverse qualities of the sea. I have also always lived by the sea and have studio on the south coast. All of these influences inspire my work.
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