I approach my handmade pottery as a blank canvas to apply my watercolor and embroidery inspired floral motifs. As my imagery progresses across a vessel I think about how the surface of a pot can transcend a cloth canvas. My pottery allows me to move fluidly between traditional ceramic techniques such as sgraffito and mishima, quilting and sewing techniques and painting. My recent imagery comes from the idea of blurriness and faded memories. For me, watercolor painting has a softness and fluidity that lends itself to bleeding, blurring, and distortion that feels like memories from long ago. Embroidery patterns, vintage motifs, and floral drawings create an internal dialogue for me that I hope evokes a sense of nostalgia for my viewer.