For an overview of work created before 2016, please refer to the catalog.
In the mid-1970s, I began creating assemblages using driftwood found on the beach. Tar, white paint, and rusty nails were my other materials. The figures that emerged from this process were given hair made from corn cob threads.
By chance, I acquired a large electric kiln. From that point on, we started working with clay. Eventually, I worked with ceramics for only five years. This included creating abstract pieces, functional items like tableware and tiles, and even painting the entire sanitary facilities of the spiritual center Oibibio.