Kay Bazzard is a figurative ceramic artist and writer. The ceramic practice focuses on the human figure and through it she explores the human psyche as expressed in gesture, expression, and movement. She draws on her own emotional history and from observing and interpreting the moods and behaviours of others.

Kay likes to experiment with different glazes, clays and techniques. She often incorporates unusual elements such as using old macracarpa plinths capped with copper as a plinth. Her latest series, Terracotta Meditations, use rough textured clay bodies with well-defined heads. 

Her sculptures are suited to being both inside or outside.