A pot has a lip, a foot, a shoulder, thus, already imbuing it with living form. I often ask myself why I see my pots as female vessels and why they have such a consciously feminine presence – perhaps because I associate women with the earth, with giving and nurturing, and pots with storing and serving food. And, the malleable quality of clay inspires the fluidity of the feminine body in my work.
Venus | Stoneware, white glaze
Twins wearing pearls | Stoneware, white glaze copy