Inspiration for new pieces is a continual process for me. Ideas are aplenty and I can be heard to complain that I have more ideas than time. I work hard to make each sculpture unique and definitely one of a kind.
People sometimes ask how long it takes to complete one of my sculptures. My answer is that it takes 16 years – that’s how long I have been working in fabric sculpture. I have evolved and I think my sculpture has too.
Playing in clay as also been a longtime creative outlet for me. The learning curve to build clay flowers on driftwood has been steep but challenging. Experimenting with glaze combinations to get the desired effect is sometimes but not always rewarding. I try not to become too attached to any one piece until it survives the final firing.
I am currently working on a number of “new” pieces and looking forward to adding them to my GALLERY.
- High Country Pottery Show
- July 31st & August 1st, 2021
- Sorrento Memorial Hall
- Art on the Green
- August 28th, 2021
- Cedar Heights Golf Course
Self-isolation is not a new thing for me when working alone in my studio. And while the situation created by Covid-19 has contributed to building my inventory, it is not conducive to holding workshops at this time.
I will keep you posted as the possibility of holding workshops again becomes a reality.