Clay

Ceramics play a huge role in my story.

I never thought it would.

It’s the one form of art where I let the clay tell

me what it wants to be.

It’s the one form of art where I don’t have to have a plan.

It’s the one form of art that challenged my identity as a non-traditional queer Navajo woman to be working with it

because it’s a traditional art form.

3 teared, reclaimed clay, stone polish, reduction fired, 7.5’’ x 7.5’’ x 14’’, 2019 

Untitled, Micha clay, Micha slip, reduction fire, 8.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 7.5’’, 2019
Sound Pot Prototype, reclaimed clay, mica slip, conductive ink paint, bisque fired 9.5x 9.5 x 11, 2019