This work was based upon my concerns with coastal erosion and rising sea levels and explores the transformational nature of time on the human experience.
Deep Time I
This work was my response to the wild Atlantic coast of North Devon, the geological rock strata and the energy of the sea creates a visceral response in me which is both immediate and meditative. Tearing up the layers of clay ignites an emotional and physical connection in me, embedding memories of the coast into the form and surface which is worn, torn and scarred.
Medium: layered clay bodies
Deep Time II
This work was made as a physical engagement and response to the spectacular rock formations that have stood for millions of years on the coast of North Devon. Suggesting something that is beyond ourselves and not of the everyday emphasizing transition and transformation.