I use a visual “language” of shape, colour, form and line to create compositions free of any specific visual references. It is unique to me, like my handwriting, but it also evolves with life experiences. I work like a painter with the pot as my canvas. And, like a painter, I don’t limit myself to specific techniques. I use whatever technique I feel is needed to create the effect I want. I enjoy playing with and re-arranging colours, lines and shapes to create images. I want my work to be surprising and provocative.
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