My first sculpture show, “Materfamilias” was a series of ceramic based assemblages that combined hand built work with other materials and found objects.  In mixing together unpredictable and dissimilar objects and forms, I was presenting the sculptures in a conceptual way that would lead the viewer to ponder the relationships presented. Investigating boldness, humour, vulnerability, and becoming in my second show “Domiciled”, I explored the process of working in a rough and unfinished way. The ambiguous and flesh-like sculptures that resulted shift in form between the human body, plant life, and architecture, but settle on none.  Sitting on the floor, the sculptures came into direct relationship with viewers bodies in the shared space of the gallery.