Cones 6 and 10, oxidation, underglazes, slips, porcelain and Black Mountain, assemblage, water color pencil and crayon on paper
sculpture: 30" x 18" x 10" / drawing 24" x 18"
Life began on earth 4 billion years ago, hatching under
water with a strong desire to feed and procreate. The compulsion to
survive and leave a legacy is strong in our world where danger lurks and
beauty explodes. My ceramic assemblage installations explore our
world’s ever-evolving environment: biological, social, political,
I use 2D drawings to expand the boundaries to fully realize the concept of the clay-based sculptures. Drawings
represent the ideal, while the 3D stacks capture the effect of Mother
Nature and Mankind on all life on Planet Earth. It’s tough, not pretty.