Erin Jago is based in Perth working part-time as a Landscape Architect while also undertaking studies in counselling and creative therapies.
Erin found clay in 2015 and immediately fell in love with the process. Over the past few years she has benefited personally from the therapeutic process of working with clay and is passionate about sharing this with others.
With a preference for hand building, Erin uses coiling, pinching and slabs to create various functional and decorative ceramic pieces. The abstract shapes and forms are inspired by her experience with the natural environments of Western Australia.
You can follow Erin on her creative journey by visiting the link below