I love clay and working on my extensive range of Australian wildlife tableware but often I need to be challenged further. Experimenting with various assembled forms and exploring combinations of striking surface pattern and bold colours are vital parts of my art practice. A selection of these more intuitive works form the basis of my displays in the Images of Tasmania exhibition each year. I enjoy presenting eye-catching displays of eccentric pieces and making a visual community of seemingly disparate objects. It’s a bonus when visitors provide feedback and express their delight in what has been created.