Statement: I use gas, electric and a wood fired Kilns to fire my unique earthenware, stoneware or porcelain equine ceramic forms. My work is influenced by the colours and patterns of Asian art and culture and all things equestrian.
Direction: Decorative elements form a symbolic vocabulary where combinations of colour, textures and glazes develop further levels of meaning. Application of slips from locally found clay, different oxides and firing temperatures develop many layers of meaning creating unique and expressive surfaces. I continue to explore in clay, the place of the horse in historical and contemporary relationships with humans, particularly women.
2003 Diploma of Ceramics Lismore TAFE
2008 Bachelor of Visual Arts Southern Cross University Lismore – Since graduating I have participated in Artist in Residency in China, South Korea, and Japan
2008-2015 Solo and Group Exhibitions in Coraki Byron Bay, Ballina, Lismore, Tweed and Grafton Regional Galleries, Brisbane, Murrurundi, Sydney, United States, South Korea and China.
2010-2015 Exhibited and sold work at International Art Fairs.in Europe and China. I have been successful in significant Ceramic Art competitions and have work in collections in China and South Korea, Winton and private collections in New Zealand and Australia and America.