Pots with a textile voice
Pots that look like fabric, hand built in porcelain paper clay, persuaded to interpret the texture and properties of cloth itself; its wrinkles, folds, creases and pleats.
Lengths of fabric naturally fall into their own shapes and it is this quality and dynamic momentum that my vessels seek to portray though the use of paper clay; its malleability allowing the clay to assert its independence.
My work is functional and decorative, able to be used as a vessel or as a sculptural form within an interior space.
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