The composition predominantly features an interplay of dark green and subtle beige tones, alluding to the organic qualities of the linen itself. Comprising three staggered panels, each panel showcases an abstract and geometric form that asserts its presence, ultimately evoking the essence of a vase adorned with sprawling monstera leaves. The thicker, hand-stitched threads mirror the hues on which they rest, contributing to an intricate and delicate quality, infusing the piece with a sense of interest and dimension. This wall hanging represents a journey into the realm of texture, form, and the fusion of materials, inviting viewers to explore the beauty of this textile narrative.
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The idea of “vessels as bodies” fascinates me. Through this exploration, I aim to develop a profound connection with my own body. Shifting between hand-building and throwing techniques, I explore universal concepts bridging ceramics and bodybuilding. Themes of mass building, water elimination, transformation, and presentation form the foundation of my work. I've become attuned to the shifts in muscle engagement and strength during the creative process as I progress in lifting. Drawing inspiration from my lifting journals, I often create ceramic series that parallel weightlifting routines. As I continue to create and lift, I'm compelled to expand this theme across various materials beyond ceramics. I'm intrigued by how different disciplines can mold and enrich my artistic expression. This ongoing project allows the fusion of cultural influences, personal transformation, and physical expression. The convergence of these elements creates art that resonates with both self and observer.More About Artist