I want to show my free and organic styles through my art and sculpture through line and form. I would describe myself as an ceramicist first and an abstract artist second, mainly because my involvement and love of clay and the freedom of expression it has given me. I use air drying clay as this gives me the time and avenue to evolve my ideas whilst not possessing a kiln to fire them. My time has definitely been taken up with developing my style in abstract art in line and form and expressive colour, while proving my sculptural pieces. I love to carve as well and found while travelling around Somerset and Wales have been fortunate to collect amazing pieces of Alabaster and Soap Stone and close to Bath local Limestone. Very satisfying activity, therapeutic, each stone piece with a narrative of it own waiting to be drawn out. I enjoy the organic freedom I get from embossing paste and the mixing of colours to put onto my pieces, seeing the emergence of an physical and visual appear before me is very exciting and satisfying. This gives me an avenue to be sculptural on my works, similar to working with liquid clay and slip. All my works being free expression are all one off pieces, although the mediums are the same, that’s where the similarity ends.