The focus of Kay's ceramic practice is the ‘Saggar’ smoke firing method. Kay uses organic materials, minerals and oxides to emulate natures patterns, colours and the weathering process. The results are unpredictable, often surprising, but always unique.
Kay’s abstract paintings respond to the mood of the day, the play of light on the landscape and the colours and textures around her. Using oil and cold wax medium, her work develops through a process of ‘evolve and dissolve’, where paint is layered and scraped back.
Constant experimentation and pushing boundaries is the driving force behind Kay’s art practice.