When I was a child, my first major work, at age 5, was critically responded to and after my punishment my parents made sure I had paper and crayons to hand. As I got older, this love for creating art never faded and eventually I began to study art and learn all I could. An initial interest in ceramics lead me to sculpture and my desire to work in glass and vitreous enamel began when I was developing glazes for ceramics.
I am a multi-discipline artist. Materials that are mainly used in the creation of my work are oil based clay, copper, silver, glass and vitreous enamels (powdered glass). I find working in a single medium is restrictive to my artistic process. Combining these various disciplines allows me to stretch my creativity.
Inspiration comes from all around me. A bird in flight, children playing in a sprinkler, the ants climbing a flower stalk all can inspire me to make a work. My main focus in creating a piece is to capture the feeling and delight felt in observing that and imbue that into the piece so those that view it can experience it as well.
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