My art is mostly about being a woman and through body parts I comment on
fragility, death and love.
I like people watching and fashion find a space in my work too.
My aesthetics has been shaped by Modigliani, Matisse, Giacometti and
African Arts. I found inspiration visiting museums where I like seeing
remains of older civilisations. I am always touched to see ceramic pieces
dating back from the beginning of humanity. This is why I have a preference
for clay over all material because it is so closed to our human history.
BA Hons in ceramics from Camberwell
exhibit regularly in fairs, group and solo exhibitions in the UK and abroad.
2019 I was shortlisted for exhibition "Hope" with sculpture called "Priceless"
2018 I was shortlisted for exhibition "All can be Frida" called "inside Frida's head"
2011 I was shortlisted for The Cork Street Competition for "skin"and The Signature awards at DegreeArt.com for "kiss"
2009 I organised the art event TAG in Covent garden, London
2007 I was awarded the vermeil prize at the Grand Concours International 2006 of the Academie Internationale de Lutece in Paris for a sculpture in stone entitled “L’Usure”.