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I love having a rummage through past work. Ive come to the conclusion that theres nothing better than having a look through what you’ve done in the past to clear your mind of a creative block. The first piece is about precious memories so for this I took some of my mothers baby clothes and dipped them in clay slip and then fired them. I didn’t mind actually that the shoe sort of cracked as it hinted at its fragility. The second was part of a group project in art school. We were supposed to create some sort of totem pole with all our different heads but we ran out of time on the module then. I love this head though as does my mother who has it sitting proudly in the front hall of the house.


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