Free floating



Woman resting on a patchwork quilt




Having decided to create my own version of a sabbatical this year, I am temporarily and deliberately working without much direction and doing as I feel (sounds pretty pretentious and pompous perhaps but I assure you I have been working very HARD over the past ten years and it's good to step back and see where things are at). 




Wire flowers in vase



I still spend most of my time in the studio but rather than working relentlessly making things with a view to selling, the emphasis is on exploring and experimenting. 


Earthenware bowls on hand dyed and stitched linen mat
(on the projects page)




Working with clay is very meditative and demands a slower pace than what I have been used to. You can't hurry the drying and firing which means at least two weeks before one can see the results. 



The jewellery-making area



And here is an area of great explorations involving much trial and error, making use of recycled materials, found and re-purposed objects - odd, unusual, gnarled and beaten are the most inspiring.




Blue Moon 
Dyed wood and silver necklace



One of a few new pieces in the SPACE range, designed for
Nell's Emporium in Mosman Park. 

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