From 2000-2007, I created site specific sculptures and installations in Seattle, Bellingham and New York. They were ephemeral, eroding like geology and referenced the body. Liquids like water, honey and molasses created rivers over mountains made of grains, often sugar, salt or flour. The outcome was always a surprise to the viewer and to me. We discovered my work together.
While raising a family from 2007-20017, I focused on sculptural ceramics and functional ware. Currently, I have been fusing the two genres by using ceramic vessels in my installation work. I am interested in pursuing site specific installations using clay forms in nature, showing a symbiotic relationship while revealing its contrast.