fell in love with love with clay towards the end of my teenagehood.
Not only was I fascinated with clay’s versatility, but also with its nature: Earth kneaded with water, making it plastic and alive; air, drying and solidifying it; fire, transforming it, making it permanent. The four elements together, becoming one…
Women are the leading theme of my work. My stoneware and porcelain women emerge from the symbiosis between clay and the creative energy of my hands.
My sculptures are the acknowledgment of my need to express both my feelings and my conscious relationship to my own body and soul. Each piece is a celebration of womanhood, but also a step stone in a journey to restore and consolidate my creative self.
This gallery is a selection of some of my old pieces, which date back as far as 1985.