Thrown and cut porcelain

I find endless fascination in the dualities of life: positive-negative, stillness-motion, distance-proximity, upside-downside, inside-outside, light-shadow.

I have been interested in finding new meaning and function through the exploration of deconstruction. Seeking aesthetic and physical balance through the process of shifting elements until they again re-establish order from chaos. Each form is made of porcelain, thrown on the potter’s wheel, then cut and rearranged.

The works are inspired by daily life experiences, and respond to the qualities of the materials and processes, often exploring the overlap between sculpture and design.