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Currently, I am drawn to the quiet, architectural quality of the bowl, platter and vase form. Through the juxtaposition of drawn line and wire onto the solid mass of clay, I enjoy the play between delicate and heavy, solid and ephemeral, structure and disintegration. These opposing sides represent for me natural order and balance, something I strive for in daily life, but which is hard won and fleeting. The moment order is finally achieved, it crumbles and the cycle begins again, much like the natural process of clay, from raw pulverized rock to malleable material, to fired piece of art. Which, over time will eventually, inevitably, transform yet again into pulverized earth.
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