I create unique thrown and hand-built pottery. I am always experimenting with slips and glazes. I have been a ceramic artist for about 10 years. I started by taking pottery courses in Hong Kong. You can find an Asian flare in all my work. Currently I am a member of Hill Potters' Guild and all my pots are made, glazed and fired at the guild in Richmond Hill.
I have pieces for sale at the Burr House Artisans Shop and at Cinq Soeurs in Quebec.
I also participate in the 2 Hill Potters' guild sales in May and December every year.
Whenever I create something from a simple ball of clay I am amazed. I find the process of throwing on the wheel, and handbuilding as well, to be very satisfying. It has a meditative effect on me. I love that it allows me a chance to express my creativity.
Chinese and Japanese teacup forms as well as shawan inspire me. I love the wabi sabi effect.
I also love the high foot you can see in Lucie Rie's work.