I create organic vessel forms and biomorphic ceramic sculpture in clay. My sculptures evoke the organic and the sensual. I work from my imagination, freely incorporating and combining elemental forms found in nature, from coral reefs, the ocean depths, the detritus of the forest floor, microsopic life and the creepy crawly beings beneath our feet. My sculptures invite ambiguity. They are not easily identifiable as animal, vegetable or mineral and can both be beautiful and repelling in the same instance. The surface may be velvety and smooth, the color deep and rich, often contradicting the viewer's response to the form itself.