Streets of Paris (October 2020)
Ceramic, oxides and coloured glaze
26 x 11 x 11 cm
Streets of Paris is an extracted piece of a street in Paris presented as a sculpture with a texture of paving stones. It shows what the streets in Paris look like, very dirty and uneven but also interesting patterns and different stone textures. Inspired by the Boyle Family’s large 3D sculptures that resemble a frame of a street or wall. The green and brown tones created by layers of oxides and glaze bring out more life and a more realistic representation of the street surface.
Magic (January 2021)
30 x 42 cm each
These photographs were inspired by the movement of the light with the contrast of a still subject inspired by the blurred images by Gerard Richter. It gives the sense of movement, the pink lighting creates an ambience of love. As pink usually represents affection and femininity, demonstrating that light can affect the whole mood of the art pieces.