My current work is about people as interpreted through my figures. It began when my grandchildren started spouting words of wisdom, too clever to be forgotten. So the pieces are a narrative of sorts, humorous, deep, inane and cherished. I love to introduce found pieces of junk and nature into the finished piece. They take on a new perspective when joined with the clay, speaking about what they could have been. Birds are an important imagery to me. They represent the freedom I have within me, my creative soul. They are usually on my shoulders speaking to me in soft voices, urging me on. When people see my work I would like for them to feel the lightness of my spirit, the peace that comes from within me and the joy I have in living.
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