I am passionate about nature and the materials, animals and the people that are born into this world, feminism and motherhood. My process starts with the smell of wet clay and getting the dirt on my fingers as I work with slabs, coils, and pinching. Seeing the slab take on a human form with pressing and pulling, adding and subtracting is exciting, as I express the story behind every sculpture that appears to me. I draw on ideas from daily life in Iceland and my native country's belief in the word “in between” what you can see and what you can not.
WCA Georgia Chapter
"Because I Have To"
Red earthenware, slips, oxides, underglazes, glazes,
wire and wool Fired to cone 04
L 19” x W 11” x H 17”
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