Printmaking, Ceramics, Textiles
I work in different media; ceramics, silk painting and printing. I enjoy the earthiness and versatility of clay, the vibrant translucent colour in silk painting and the definite lines of print.
I have lived in Finchley for more than 40 years and first joined EFOA in 2010.
My ceramics are mostly figurative, either large sculptural pieces or smaller ones coloured with underglazes and glazes. Sometimes I make bowls or plates.
My steam fixed scarves are printed and painted in layers of texture and colour. I start off with theme but they are mostly abstract.
My prints are usually linocuts or drypoint, figurative and monochrome. I make both greetings cards and larger prints and have added small cards of my paintings to my repertoire.
My inspirations are ancient, eastern and 20th century art and design, myth, history, circuses and dance.
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