Having drawn most inspiration from beauty and organic materials in life. Be it a beautiful sunset, flowers, blades of grass, or raw materials from a local source. Often it is sediment found in the 245-million-year-old seabed at the base of Mount Rundle. Being fascinated by the natural occurrences in mineralogy and geology. Experimentation with local common materials has revealed a unique way to appreciate the majesty of towering peaks we can view west of Calgary. This mountain range known as the Canadian Rockies has become a primary source for the exploration of new glaze and clay bodies.
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