Below is a selection of the works I have created over the years. I have listed them from newest to oldest so that you can see how my style has evolved as I continue to explore my creative talents. I enjoy seeing what appears as I allow my intuition to guide my work. If you click on the images they will enlarge and you can read the descriptive copy.
This year I have combined my love of ceramics, flowers, painting and drawing into creating carefully decorated ceramic pieces. I love that my creative path has come together in this way.
This is another meiping/ blossom vase, with local wildflowers inspiring my sgraffito decoration.
This pot was recently selected as a finalist in the Ceramic Arts Queensland award for ceramic excellence, Siliceous. I called my entry “My Meiping” because I was inspired by ancient Asian meiping, which is the Chinese term for blossom vase, created around 1000 years ago. My entry pays homage to the artists from long ago with a floral sgraffito design.
Porcelain bowl with black & white sgraffito design
A more colourful sgraffito design on a porcelain bid vase
Two porcelain vases with floral sgraffito design and a tenmoku glaze on the interior
A few porcelain pots featuring plants that grow around my studio at Quixotica.
Floral 2D artwork using pigment inks and line drawings on raw canvas
Porcelain pots with a series of colourful botanical flower studies.