Pots with their long history have accompanied us in all ages. They reassure our connection to earth. They have an intimate connection with a potent aspect of our daily lives by becoming vessels and containers of our food and drink, being used in our homes, technology, medicine, etc. Different forms and states of ceramic materials makes direct influence on the experience of our beings.
The forms I make are mainly inspired by organic shapes I appreciate in nature. I mainly enjoy imitating the curves I see in rocks, plants, insects, animals and humans. I find them gentle, humble and happy.
As a ceramicist, I truly enjoy forming clay and exploring the world of glazes. Spending energy, time and emotions with each of the objects I make adds to the quality of my life. I hope to share this pleasant sensory experience of my hand building process with others. Nothing is more enjoyable to find new friends for each of my ceramic objects and make sure they will have a happy life after they leave my studio. Beside the aesthetic part, by making ceramics I also wish to contribute, even if so little, in making a better society where we get back to our connection to mother earth and we actively chose to think about the ways we can protect it and purify it from all the harms we have made in the last 200 years.