Passionate about clay. Inspired by nature.
My ceramic art and sculptures celebrate the rivers and temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest where I grew up. They examine the beaches and rolling hills of the Mediterranean Coastline that I now call home. Nature’s grace has had a profound impact on me. The destructive conflicts between nature and humanity inspire me to communicate the importance of preserving our natural environment.
Clay provides the ideal playground for conceptual and inner exploration. The combination of textures, colors, glazing and firing methods allows me to connect with my art on a sensorial and meditative level. Ideas and feelings are shaped into pieces simultaneously reflecting my memories, interests and hopes for the future.
The love of ART
Feeds a life of MAGIC
The collective exhibition Women Transiting (Dones Transitant) is curated by Noemí Morral, Sarah Barka and Margarida Assis.
Women travel the world creating their own way; knowledge networks, solidarity, art, life ... And in this transit many lose their lives to defend their ideas, their bodies and their territory.
In this exhibition we will be accompanied by women transiting and creating, opening spaces for the defense of human rights, complicity and friendship.
How to Use Decorative Plates in Your Interior Design
Plates can hang by themselves, in collections or mixed-matched groups. Plates allow for great design versatility, with the added advantage that the unique style of the designer shines through in their placement.
Let’s look at some ways to use decorative ceramic plates in your interior design. Read on >
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