I make large and small ceramic art, mostly obnoxious loud forms that are unbalanced and jarring. The world is full of brown delicately balanced pottery. I use a broad pallate of colour to dress my forms in crystalline jewellery.
What craft do you work with?
What inspires you to work with this craft?
|I like clay
How do you start your creative process?
|Going out into my shed and making work
How would you best describe your workspace and what tools could you not do without?
Are there new techniques you would like to try?
KIDWELLY, United Kingdom
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