There is a love called "Passion"
It was one of the most memorable periods of my life; it was more than ten years ago. In 1999, I came across pottery in England. I had no idea it would fascinate me until today. I can now finally make my dream come true, to combine my passion with my work. I am very grateful to have this opportunity.
Thank you to all the mentors that I have met over these past years. Their teachings and sharing have broadened my understanding of Ceramics, aroused my passion for the beauty of clay and have motivated me to create.
Clay, itself is derived from the earth, softened in water, shaped by the hands and hardened by firing. It then becomes a piece of art. This mysterious process has always fascinated me. As for me, when I am making pottery, I find it instills tranquility and calms my mind.
Through teaching, I very much hope to inspire and pass on, by my own hands, my own enthusiasm and passion for clay, in the hopes that I can spread this source of joy to others.
My most beloved - Pottery.