Objects

Madam Freude, 2007/2008

Ceramics (raku), textile

40 x 50 x 30cm

£ 3000

A modern day Hathor, Egyptian goddess of joy and dance,

in dachshund-form. She also accompanies the dead souls to the underworld.

Moon, 2014

20 x 10 x 7 cm

Sentimental Seventies lightbulb, ceramics, crocheting

£ 150

The Oxford Don, 2016

7 x 7 x 10cm

found objects & seeds, textile (crocheting), screws

£ 150

Goose, 2013

7 x 5 x 7 cm

Found objects & seed, textile (crocheted)

£ 70

 

 

I'm only human, 2010

 

Installation with

- 9x6 homunculi in crocheted silk thread, suspended on coloured wire and ceramics, glazed with oxides.

- 7 cursesticks, textile, yarn crocheted/knitted, nails

- 11 framed homunculi

Cursesticks 1 -7

£ 50 each

Homunculi 1 - 8

£ 75 each

 

5 of 11 are sold

Hoopoe, 2012

20 x 20 x 12 cm

Found objects & dried plants, silk yarn, crocheted, on foam board with beading

£ 120

Taking off, 2012

30 x 12 x 12 cm

Ceramics, glazed with oxide, found objects, cotton, crocheted, on painted wooden board

£ 100

 

Stuck Monoped, 2013

10 x 10 x 20cm

Ceramics with oxide, cotton & silk yarn, crocheted, seeds, beads

£ 75

Chameleon, 2010

22 x 18 cm

found plastics & beads soldered on copper, mounted on faux fur

£ 150

 

The Chameleon is a winged creature described by Leonardo da Vinci as a little hero. When it was chased by big birds and prayed to God, it was granted a special heart that enabled it to fly higher and higher, out of range of its predators.

Dragon hatchling & egg, 2009

10 x 10 x 10cm, 8 x 4 x 4cm

Ceramics, raku glazed, cotton crocheted

£ 75

Mister Fortune, 2002

(and me in Glasshouse exhibition, 2005)

50 x 50 x 75 cm

Ceramics, raku glazed, cotton knitted & crocheted, beads, iron, human hair (mine)

£ 1500

 

Mister Fortune is the male version of Fortuna, the goddess of Fate & Fortune. He is riding the wheels of fortune and was modeled on the happy dolphins of the Minoan Culture on Crete. His companion is Miss Panic

Miss Panic, 2003/4

(and me in Glasshouse exhibition 2005)

45 x 45 x 80 cm

Ceramics, raku glazed, cotton knitted & crocheted, textile

£ 1500

 

Miss Panic is the female version of the Greek god Pan, who hides in woods to spring upon unwary passers-by and scare them out of their wits, hence the explanation of a Panic attack. She is the companion of Mister Fortune

Harpy, 2011

5 x 5 x 7 cm

ceramics, oxides & glazing, pins

£ 50

Sainte Georgina slaying The Dragon, 2007

50 x 50 x 70 cm

Ceramics, fired knitting dipped in clayslib, glazed, ceramic beads, glazed, cotton yarn, knotted & crocheted, with painted sheeps skull

£ 500

 

Neptune Mask, 2005

30/80 x 20 x 15 cm

Ceramics, raku glazed, iron, flax

£ 150

Caged Bird, 2009

15 x 15 x 10 cm

Found objects, yarn crocheted, iron thread crocheted

£ 100

Ganesha on his throne, 2006

15 x 15 x 20 cm

Ceramics, raku glazed, beads, cotton pompom

£ 300

Small Rooster, 2010

8 x 8 x 5 cm

Found objects, cotton yarn crocheted

Sold

The Self-kicker, 2003

60 x 40 x 40 cm

Paperclay, bisquit fired, textile, knitting

£350

Trapped Rabbit, 2007

Textiles in resin

15 x 23 cm

£ 75

Nasty Dirty Rhino, 2009

Paper maché, ceramics glazed, Indian wedding scarf, black pigment

40 x 30 x 30 cm

£ 150

Starfish 4, 2011

Scrap paper & wrapping in petri dish

10 x 10 x 10 cm

£ 50