her hair is an ode to Princess Diana and other women with what seems to be static, immovable hair
many of my pieces have a melancholy air
she is a partner piece to a face I made earlier called “maybe she’s born with it”
sometimes things just happen
I rolled out a sheet of clay and two very bear like ears emerged
I’d been thinking about merging humans and animals
He started out birdless but a donated broom head gave me an idea
adverts for beauty products are a constant source of fascination and alarm.
These balancing on hair pieces have come out of thinking about ‘stronger looking hair’
moody blue is a saggy blue cushion of a face
I (usually) know whether a piece is male or female
he’s a boy to me but he may not be to you
some switch in the making and I don’t always make it explicit in the title
it’s more interesting to leave it up to you lot
This title existed before the piece.
My partner – a lapsed Smiths fan - uttered these words as we passed a found cat poster.
these mirrors are from my old website.