My raku-fired ceramic wall works are composed of 4.5 inch handmade tiles that serve as a canvas for my two-dimensional designs. The tiles are mounted on acrylic or wood sheets so that each completed artwork hangs freely on the wall as a painting does.
As I examine the creative process, it never ceases to amaze me how subject matter keeps presenting itself. After years of creating primarily non-objective designs, I have segued into abstract and fictitious landscapes as well as abstracted flora. I have continued exploring them even as the human figure has entered my repertoire. While the human form as subject intrigues me, I still work in the non-objective and abstract realms.