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There is something very theraputic about working with clay. You quickly drift off into another world. And then suddenly realise you are covered from head to toe in dust and you are surrounded by strange shapes. It is a very slow process, that I am not quite used to, you can’t rush anything. You make, you wait, you fire, you wait, you glaze, you wait, you fire and wait. But boy is it worth the wait!
I’m currently experimenting with form. Taking it right back to basics, in that I am responding solely to the material. Stretching my practice into contemporary sculpture and combining natural aspects of Geology with shiny, almost sticky bubble gum colours that reflect something synthetic or man-made.
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