Lurve, lurve, lurve Amy's work! I first became acquainted with Amy's work when she was a KC Clay Guild Teabowl National artist. Her forms seem alive, inquisitive, angry, isolated, sad, lonely. These forms bring out emotions I did not get from just seeing her teabowl.
Amy's work represents personal relationships, situations she's been or memories. Sometimes one forms seems to have power over another, one might be hiding from another, or at odds with each other.
Amy functional and sculptural works are embellished with silk-screened slip and glaze patterns These patterns represent familiar childhood imagery.
She has received numerous accolades & has been published many times. To see more details check out her website at: https://www.amychaseceramics.com/