Our invisible understanding as a vision is more important and goes beyond visible limitations; our artistic passion is to share with and to re-recognize our motivation and challenge. Psychological understanding prepares our critical thinking and building processes for better execution of physical and experiential learning. We never stay in the same moment in order to be open, reconnect, reconstruct, and step forward, breaking through the foundation of our own limitations without fear, always move forward, define and redefine our progressive artistic vision.
Mother and Child series challenge our limitations and break through traditional views; to examine our place in time and evaluate our aesthetic standards; to allow possibilities to overturn, modify and question our way of seeing and comprehending the contexts of connections that symbolize visual language. Its multi-layered and complex emerging aesthetic stimulates and awakens our cultural consciousness to the essence of feminism, shifting our notion of modernity and aesthetic modernism toward examined physicality, promotes cultural examination into family and social values, re-structuring women’s position in family, family education, and society. It reinforces our sense of adaptability, vital to the essence of humanity. Its symbolic, universal vision and aesthetic value extend cultural implications into the future.
Mother and Child series break through our traditional artistic limitation, interconnects process and vision, aesthetics and concept, and language of expression to the material–clay, redefines “ceramics” and its old traditions, offering insight into contemporary, revolutionary, culturally, and progressive stages of modern and post-modern perspectives. It also reflects and demonstrates that how changing circumstances and moving forward to a wider field for gender’s voice and family education within our society.
Its non-stoppable notion of “time and impact” in our daily contacts, and how we move forward with our set of values, shaped, and influenced by matrilineal family education. Specifically, our growth, edges and limitations, our urges to create and to defy impossible possibilities, are all strengthened by women’s beliefs and a maternal drive to allow inspiration and love to slip into our lives and redefine our role in society, and around the globe, shape of our social, cultural, and artistic values.