My artwork for the table often refer to traditional porcelain or restaurant whitewares, but with softer forms inspired by the playful and abundant qualities of Mexican earthenware. I invented my own production process after studying clay mold fragments in antiquated factories and museums.
After forming pieces in molds, on the wheel, or both, I finish with stamps, slips, sprigs and multihued glazes. Though my colors can evoke a healthy garden in bloom, it is the strength of my form that sets the work apart:
"My works feel muscular and strong while showing fluidity. In this way I play with both ends of the spectrum, from the dynamic and substantive to the detailed and dreamy–full of surprise."
Her artwork is best presented with a freshly prepared meal.