These images represent the shapes and surface manipulations I developed through the making of thrown vessels from the period when I left college in 1994, culminating in my solo touring show 'Throwing Lines' which originated at Leicester city art gallery in June 2002 with it's final destination in Philadelphia (USA)in September 2004.
'It is written the water that flows into the earthenware vessel takes on its form' Lao-Tzu
'The symbols used by Amerindians-dots, Zigzags, scales, spirals-record and manifest observations about the contingency and fragility that characterises everything that exists in creation:'
'Time was conceived as flowing like water, which not only takes an infinite number of shapes but also comes in cycles.' Taken from the book by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera 'What if Latin America ruled the world'.