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Slowly Slowly

22nd June 2020

This piece is growing nicely- I am being careful as it is oval in section and that is far less strong at this stage.


New Ideas

23rd January 2018

Here are some ideas for new work inspired by the way that I feel about parenthood. I have been thinking about the emotional and physical strength that being a good parent requires, creating a place that is safe and calm where a child can grow and thrive and become an independent person in their own […]


The last one is out!

31st October 2017

I have just opened the kiln and the third and final piece for this group is out. I’m very pleased with it. They are now ready to go to their new home in the south of England.


Dry enough to turn it.

12th October 2017

This piece is now dry enough to lay on its side, I’m crossing my fingers that the coils will now hold together, rather than splitting.   Smoothing away all the lumps and bumps so that I can work on the shape of this end.   I risk letting a little air out by making a […]


A Thoughtful Process.

10th October 2017

I have completed the top side of this piece and I hope it will be dry enough to turn tomorrow, so that I can work on the base. The clay is a wonderful texture now, it stays where I put it without bouncing back, (which is what happens when it is too wet to work.) […]


Busy in the workshop

6th October 2017

I half wrapped these pieces on Monday, so that the tops could dry to the same consistency as the bases. I have now used my thumbs to smooth the clay being careful not to trap any pockets of air. My phone no longer recognises my thumbprint which is no longer there! This clay is like […]


The Kiln Is Open

30th September 2017

Today I opened the kiln. My heart is always pounding at this point!  I nervously take a tiny peek, I guess this is akin to hiding behind a pillow and only letting one eye see a scary film!   I love what I can see so far, but it is somewhat frustrating as I can’t […]