I was introduced to ceramics 35 years ago in my Colorado high school. I throw and hand build in porcelain as I love it’s translucence and weightlessness when thin. I pinch, pull, and stretch the clay to achieve the sheerness I desire. I press, pierce, cut, adorn the clay to make a vessel which appears functional but may be
too delicate to serve any purpose. I am exploring the tenuous thread between perceived function and practical limits.