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Scorpion Bowl

This piece was inspired by Aleister Crowley's Ceremonial Scorpion bowl, which is located at the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft & Magick in Cleveland, Ohio. I finally visited the Buckland Museum this past summer and left feeling truly inspired. After seeing some really great artifacts, the owner was kind enough to show me original illustrations by Rosaleen Norton that were not on display to the public. Scorpion Bowl - Ceramic / 2.5 x 5 

The Key of Life

I often feel that an image is just an image unless it has purpose and meaning behind it, so I'd like to start writing more to incorporate my art with the vision behind it. Last year when the pandemic hit, I decided to start getting involved with ceramics. It was always something I had wanted to pursue, but the timing was never right. Finally, I found the perfect solution- a weekly Tuesday morning ceramics class. Going to the art center every Tuesday for the past year has been a ritual, and one I have learned so much from - mainly patience. Often in painting and drawing, the ideas come fast, my hands work fast and the ideas and lines just spill on to the paper or canvas. With ceramics, the ideas come fast but the process is slow and the room for error is boundless. There needs to be a certain amount of patience involved to get everything just right. From the beginning stages of construction, to the multiple kiln firings- there is an abundance of work involved to complete one piece.