Pieces she creates examines the dynamics of growth and decay.
Every ceramic work goes through an additive and subtractive process that creates a stunning result.
Walker begins each piece on the potter’s wheel, creating the unique shape that she wants to use.
Then she begins to add thousands of fragments that make it appear as though the ceramic has spent ages in the sea.
Each vessel or vase is a reference to coral, bacteria, or fungus, yet all remain unidentifiable with her work.
Every Ceramic Vase or Vassel is 100% Unique
Because of the additions or subtractions that Walker makes to each piece, there are no two pieces that are exactly the same with her ceramics work.
She operates in a variety of colors to create stunning results that benefit from her thousands of modifications on each piece.
Various shapes and sizes are part of her work as well, ranging from a small bowl to large containers.
Perhaps more telling of her personality is the fact that her About page contains a time-lapse video of her work without telling the visitor anything about herself.
What Walker needs to say is expressed through the items she creates.
Her coral vases and vessels have been featured at the CAA Gallery and the London Design Festival in recent years.
She also had a selection of pieces exhibited in Melbourne in March 2019.
You can see her portfolio on her website or connect with Walker on Instagram.