In my wheel thrown works I made simple clean forms that border on the industrial. I relate to the outer layer and internal space using color and contrast between the whole and its parts, inside and outside, form and color.  The wheel is a fast way of creating the basic form – functional or sculptural – which I then deconstruct and reform into unique shapes. The cylinder is central to my work and is evident since I graduated from art school – in the form of capsules, boxes, pods and even rockets. I am interested in completeness, its perfection, the industrial form and the ability to make an exact form.  I make the forms in the quiet of my studio which allows me to concentrate on the precision and new compositions that have no end.

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