Tableware must be more political, we must allow surface toextend everywhere in order to communicate and to give voice to the individual liberty and global sister/brotherhood as it is becoming threatened.
Tableware must be the spoken word which will eventually progress towards silence. We must show this through line, colour and pattern; We must show that the truth is what it is regardless of what we want it to be.
Their blood was also GREEN.
Green is the new Gold
Green is the colour of Revolution
Green is the struggle
Green is a celebration
We will remember and celebrate the fallen. Their memories will run through the surfaces just as the fluidity and etching of calligraphic lines do. Below these marks, a vast space opens up, and with awareness that these pieces were painted as reflections of their recent journey. A journey where colour and form fall into place as part of an extended undergrowth with the calligraphic marks serving as a canopy.
Evidence is left on walls by fleeting creators both aware of their message, still they remain mostly unidentified.
With this language we must communicate to provoke thoughts of the past and present conditions in the human spirit.