You can’t use up creativity.
The more you use, the more you have.

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  • Helen

    Beautiful Helen. Full of compassion and love – your willowy self so courageous and strong. A gorgeous mother to your 3 beloved babies. A carer, a nurturer and a beautiful soul. I miss you.

  • Clarissa May

    This Domestic Goddess will bring a bit of magic into your home. She loves to dance the flamenco, enjoys high teas and an afternoon tipple. Clarissa May stands 150mm tall.

  • Muriel

    Muriel is a symbol of nature and grace. Resplendent in an organic hazel dress with golden trim she represents both the earthy and adorned. Muriel was moulded over several found objects and stands serenely at 170cm tall.

  • Phoebe

    Phoebe is a nurturing spirit. She provides protection and safety for her growing family of feathered friends. Phoebe was created in stages, melding wet with dry pieces over several days. She stands at 170mm high.

  • Edwin and Lilith

    The gothic twins Edwin and Lilith are born. Adorned with some vintage rick rack trim and seed bead jewellery, these two stand as a pair at about 15cm tall. Spotted on my workbench by a friend who was getting married – I am commissioned to produce a pair for her wedding cake. Wedding cake toppers…

  • Introducing Edith

    Inspired by bathing caps and swimming costumes from the 1950’s, Edith Ann emerged.

  • The Process

    Having sourced and trialled a variety of clays, I finally settled on one produced in Barcelona. Ironic. It has a low shrinkage rate, adheres wet with dry, and has a fine tooth. It is also very cost effective, which until I have fully developed my figures, is important. I love the Barcelona puppets but wanted…

  • Welcome

    Welcome to my journey into Air-Dry Clay. Out of the need to maintain a source of creativity in a much smaller and non-toxic workspace I had been searching for a way to leave oil painting behind and start afresh with something new. The process started in a the gothic quarter of Barcelona when I happened…