Many of my sculptures capture moments in time from an observers perspective - with people crossing paths and interacting. Most works are done with mid ranged fire clay and glaze, and some are finished by airbrushed and mixed media. Some are framed and ready to hang.
The Clay has qualities that I symbolically associate with the earth’s ancientness and with people. From attitudes and beliefs evolved over time, we build layers, each a facade for the other. The layers of facades we build are like the layers of the earth, deep and aged.
I attempt to tear away these layers, to unearth fears, and feelings that are not readily spoken off.