Anne Marie Laureys Ceramics is internationally recognized as a ceramic artisan of a seldom achieved top level.
Starting from a series of thrown vases on the pottery wheel, she subtly pushes, pinches, pulls, dents and folds the wet and soft clay with her fingers. Thrown and deformed parts are assembled together. The essence of clay and the traces of movement are hypostasized into solid form.
This result in amorphous objects have a sensuality that stresses the ample suppleness of clay, in sculptures that exploits the tension between volume and skin, between texture and color.