The process of making the work in this exhibition mimics the activity of experiencing its properties. Each stage of development takes manipulation and exploration of materials. From this exploration the pieces change and develop into interesting shapes and forms, increasing in complexity and in their organic nature.
This manipulation involves pouring, casting, carving, dropping and pressing to change the shape of multiple forms. It is an intuitive process. Colour is used to further emphasis change ranging from blues, greens, purples using volcanic glazes, vitreous slips or crawl glazes responsive to the kiln and differences in form.
As a viewer experiences the work they follow these changes and the evolution of form evoking a sense of growth through rhythmn and movement, inviting them into my world of thinking and making.