Many of my sculptures represent two forms pulling away from, or compressing against, each other. They act as metaphors for human relationships that are based on impending separation or forced attachment. Many people find the development of relationships to be a source of anxiety, and I attempt to express this interactive struggle through the physical movement of the clay.
2.25" Diameter 4.75" Height
Hand Made Murrini, Hand Blown
Made in Kanagawa, Japan
The best in Murrini Glass technique. She has moved to Venice since January of 2018, and lives daily learning the language and culture as she goes. Due to her complex and precise Murrini beads, the average person may not be able to understand how truly complex they are. Next year, she plans on returning to Miura cape and start making Murrini glasses again. She already has many exhibits scheduled in the near future, she is even planning on returning to New York before the summer starts in 2019.