“I love to meet new people. It’s unfortunate that most of them have been dead for over one hundred years.” – Brian Corry, Visual Artist
I find that working with clay allows me to express myself in ways that invite more diversity into my work. I am developing further my three-dimensional ideas into sculpture and functional ceramic wares with a strong emphasis on conceptual design. This allows me to produce a broad spectrum of work intended to promote and feed the relationship between the artist and the viewer. In the next few decades I will be dedicated to advancing my work and continue to share, teach and grow as a Visual Artist.
The artist statements I have made in the past are not the statements I would make today.
artist statement - [ahr-tist] [steyt-muh nt] n. Believing in your skills and finding a way to express yourself to the public through some art form.
Time, and an honest re-evalution of my growth in art have showed me where I have changed. I think that is extremely valuble to recognize. I enjoy exploring concepts, process and functions of art. My desire is that my work will show a level of growth when compared to my previous works. The history of art plays a more important role in my motivation than ever before. Learning about the past intrigues me.