At the core of her work is a desire to record tension, gravity and energy flow through strong line and distinct form. Conceptually she draws on man’s complex relationship with nature and merges these ideas with the qualities and limits of the material. Recent works look at theories of light and gravity as presented by physicists and how these affect our perception of natural forces.
Glass allows her to work with elasticity, transparency and light in expressing the energy present in constructed form. Often she leaves an aspect of the work to ‘finish itself’ in the kiln thus retaining a sense of spontaneity. Currently, she is working on an MA in Art and Science at Central Saint Martin in London.