These works were all made during lockdown, making it possible to focus, with no interruptions or distractions, on the gradual building of the forms, each shape emerging organically, without premeditation.

They were all fired in the recent woodfiring at Waiohiki, to over 1300 degrees celsius, over a period of more than 48hrs.

They are built using a wheel thrown, then coiled and thrown technique, using 2 types of stoneware clay ( a dark, and pale body). They all had shino glaze poured around the necks, so as to flow over the body of the form, leaving some clay exposed.