Over the years I have come to understand that the creative process itself is my goal, not the result. I've learnt that each place offers new horizons and new things to contemplate, new people to share my passions with.
Batik, Tie Dye, herbs and medicinal plants, then three years at Otago Polytechnic doing a diploma in ceramics, while entertaining vasts numbers of visitors from Europe and the rest of the world.
More ceramics, mostly majolica, with Christine in our magnificent 19th century workshop, off and on whenever possible
In the footsteps of Picasso (!) more ceramics: a black stoneware clay with fantastic coloured glazes under the guidance of Bleu d'Argile and Alexandre Rodriguez
Potting at La Pouyade, potting at Vallauris, and enjoying Paris museums and life in a large city... Beginning to dabble in acrylics, watercolour and linocutting...
Moving on, more exploration of lino cutting, watercolour and acrylic painting
She is a beautiful piece of broken pottery, put back together by her own hands, and a critical world judges her cracks while missing the beauty of how she made herself whole again.