Much has changed since Lori first began interpreting the female form in clay with all its curves. Her body images were of Twiggy or Barbie's bust line with no bottom. The first goddesses were made as an exaggeration of woman's curves and alluding to the "Venus of Willendorf". Today the body image has changed and we celebrate an ample bottom. Always exploring body image and appreciating the soft, voluptuous, beautiful curves that make a woman. Enjoy the tactile quality in handcrafted vases, sculpture, rattles, mermaids, Labia ladies.