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Build, Body, and Bone Series

Build, Body, and Bone explores and pushes the theme of continuance. This body of work examines and presents a visual representation of loss, scarring, and rebuilding via negative space, altered forms, and contrasting glaze applications to provide a physical and visual blueprint of process, vulnerability, reconstruction, regeneration, and growth. Navigating through life requires ongoing fluidity as we experience loss and change. We continue to evolve throughout this process and adjust to what is taken away or relinquished. Metamorphosed, we attempt to maintain what we have and/or attain what is needed to support our own functionality and stability. Each vessel bears altered spaces, glazed to highlight moments of disruption and show how the negative can only exist upon the positive, exploring what it means to be whole. This constant restructuring lends itself to how we learn, and how we build upon, and around change and loss. In the creation of negative space comes strength as we nurture our wholeness and entirety. This body of work studies if we are still “complete” with what we’ve voluntarily removed or involuntarily lost, as we stretch and push ourselves through our upward growth.

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