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My body of work is an exploration of health, home, womanhood and memories. My work aims to turn intangible things, such as experiences and feelings, into physical objects.  By turning my thoughts, experiences and emotions into objects, I attempt to translate them for others.  I often seek to create an intimacy between my art and the viewer, creating small, delicate things and inviting the viewer to interact with them in some way. I work across a broad range of sculptural media and am constantly inspired by the materials I use, often allowing them to influence the direction my work takes. Recently, I have become interested in the materiality of clay and the associations between the female body and vessels, such as jugs and vases. 


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