• Whole No.2

    Whole No.2

    Whole No.2

    Whole No.2 Jesmonite, Paper Pulp, and mixed media

  • Whole No.1 & 2

    Whole No.1 & 2

    Whole No.1 & 2

    Whole No.1 & 2, Jesmonite, Paper Pulp, and mixed media

  • Flora Faun

    Flora Faun

    Flora Faun

    Jesmonite, Fabric, Pulp, Fibreglass, Copper, Stone 2012

  • Barefood Walk 2

    Barefood Walk 2

    Barefood Walk 2

    Barefoot Walk II, Ceramic

  • Sea Bone

    Sea Bone

    Sea Bone

    Sea Bone, Bronze and Wood

  • Womanscape

    Womanscape

    Womanscape

    Womanscape, Ceramic and Wood

  • 5-Part Series

    5-Part Series

    5-Part Series

    5-Part Series, Ceramic

  • Cuboid with a Fold

    Cuboid with a Fold

    Cuboid with a Fold

    Cuboid with a Fold, Ceramic

  • What Remains...

    What Remains...

    What Remains...

    What Remains... Ceramic

  • Plant Study Series in Blue and Green

    Plant Study Series in Blue and Green

    Plant Study Series in Blue and Green

    Plant Study Series in Blue and Green, Wall sculptures, Ceramic

  • Fossilised Form (Kyoto 3)

    Fossilised Form (Kyoto 3)

    Fossilised Form (Kyoto 3)

    Fossilised Form (Kyoto 3), Ceramic

  • White Round Form II

    White Round Form II

    White Round Form II

    White Round Form II, Ceramic

    Private Collection for a roof garden designed by Luciano Giubbilei.

  • Black Food Pillow

    Black Food Pillow

    Black Food Pillow

    Black Food Pillow, Ceramic

  • Arum & Momo

    Arum & Momo

    Arum & Momo

    Arum and Momo, Ceramic

  • Dark Brown Cube

    Dark Brown Cube

    Dark Brown Cube

    Dark Brown Cube, Ceramic

  • 9-Part Series I

    9-Part Series I

    9-Part Series I

    9-Part Series I, Ceramic

     

  • Dark Brown Wall Triptych with Rockpool Holes

    Dark Brown Wall Triptych with Rockpool Holes

    Dark Brown Wall Triptych with Rockpool Holes

    Dark Brown Wall Triptych with Rockpool Holes

  • Black and White Forms

    Black and White Forms

    Black and White Forms

    Black and White Forms, Ceramic

  • White Cube

    White Cube

    White Cube

    White Cube, Ceramic

  • Floating Sculpture

    Floating Sculpture

    Floating Sculpture

    Floating Sculpture, Stoneware Ceramics. An exhibition at Custard Factory, Birmingham 1998

    The idea of a floating pebble seem to defy gravity. It is easily assumed that because they look like stone, they will weigh as much as stone. I became aware that whilst constructing an outer form in clay, one is also constructing an inner space, which is something quite unique to the method that pottery is made. In this work, I wanted to make the invisible void into a visible characteristic.