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These hand thrown sculptures look at communication through body language.  These silent, powerful gestures can be subtle, at times instinctive, often communicating more than words themselves.

Hole Within the Whole

These hand thrown double skinned porcelain pieces explores the connections between the seen and unseen aspects of ourselves (thoughts, behaviour and reactions) and the ever changing boundaries between them.​   "Investigating the threshold of inside/outside, public/private, I explore where and how we draw a line and how this is constantly shifting."


Hand thrown, twisted and carved, these pieces are inspired by the South Downs where Kate lives.  The curving contours represent the undulating hills and furrows of the Downs, ever changing with light, season, perspective.

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