Wendy is a ceramic artist who explores the union between everyday functional ceramic wares and art sculptures. Her practice centres on inviting users to consider and personalise an object’s functionality.
Kaomoji is borrowed from the Japanese art of using symbols to convey emotion. She creates under this moniker as her work evolves with her mood and personal taste. Each piece is marked with an indication on how she was feeling at the time. Wendy works predominantly with stoneware fired clay, employing a combination of wheel throwing and hand building techniques.
With a background in design and fashion, Wendy began studying ceramics in 2014 and has continued to refine her skills within a community of potters as well as creates wares and commissions in her home studio in Camp Hill.
Her work is currently stocked at Institute of Modern Art, Third Quarter Gallery and CONTRA.