Ceramic is liquid stone, caught in a moment of transition.
As a painting, Glaze becomes a visual manifestation of natural phenomena; a visual celebration of primordial soup.
The variables of ceramic chemistry can make the task of controlling a colour or form seem impossible. There is more than meets the eye at work: from mood, minerals, to as far reaching as the weather.
The irony of ceramic glaze is that many of the brightest, cheeriest palettes are in reality the most dangerous materials to work with. I like to create visual celebrations of material decadence with an existential twist.