The pieces become a bit like three dimensional watercolors– fluid, textural & spontaneous - providing enough details to draw the viewer in but leaving individual interpretation.
The sculptures are coil built with stoneware or earthenware clay and are incised using common objects. The underglazes, oxides and glazes are applied in layers to add depth and fired at cone 04. A glazing technique that encourages crazing adds more dimension to the surface. When a black overglaze is applied to the multi-fired surface and sprayed off, the black settles into the cracks and crevices giving the surface a raku-fired appearance.