Painter and sculptor Katharine Morling is fond of ceramics. But her works don’t quite look like ceramics. They rather look like some kind of a paper art.
Before starting a new sculpture, Katharine Morling draws a sketch first. These sketches are only a source of inspiration for the future project. As the author says, without molding, sketches and a good mood nothing good will come out. So, all three conditions are required. In the end, Katharine adds contours to her sculptures using black ink.