• Abigail Ozora Simpson

    Exhibited and collected internationally, Abigail Ozora Simpson is out to tweak a few noses. "I want to change people's perception about clay," she says. "I find that exciting because it means there's room for rebellion." Abigail is the daughter of celebrated painter, Michael Simpson. Her coyly vulnerable, yet lusciously risque, hand-coiled sculptures pull focus between scale and detail. Touchy feely surfaces sit invitingly upon soft feminine curves. The erotic meets the maternal with everything in between.

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    The It Girl of Ceramics
    The Observer

  • Abigail Ozora Simpson

    Exhibited and collected internationally, Abigail Ozora Simpson is out to tweak a few noses. "I want to change people's perception about clay," she says. "I find that exciting because it means there's room for rebellion." Abigail is the daughter of celebrated painter, Michael Simpson. Her coyly vulnerable, yet lusciously risque, hand-coiled sculptures pull focus between scale and detail. Touchy feely surfaces sit invitingly upon soft feminine curves. The erotic meets the maternal with everything in between.

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    The It Girl of Ceramics
    The Observer

  • Abigail Ozora Simpson

    Exhibited and collected internationally, Abigail Ozora Simpson is out to tweak a few noses. "I want to change people's perception about clay," she says. "I find that exciting because it means there's room for rebellion." Abigail is the daughter of celebrated painter, Michael Simpson. Her coyly vulnerable, yet lusciously risque, hand-coiled sculptures pull focus between scale and detail. Touchy feely surfaces sit invitingly upon soft feminine curves. The erotic meets the maternal with everything in between.

    Enquire | Artist Site >

    The It Girl of Ceramics
    The Observer

  • Abigail Ozora Simpson

    Exhibited and collected internationally, Abigail Ozora Simpson is out to tweak a few noses. "I want to change people's perception about clay," she says. "I find that exciting because it means there's room for rebellion." Abigail is the daughter of celebrated painter, Michael Simpson. Her coyly vulnerable, yet lusciously risque, hand-coiled sculptures pull focus between scale and detail. Touchy feely surfaces sit invitingly upon soft feminine curves. The erotic meets the maternal with everything in between.

    Enquire | Artist Site >

    The It Girl of Ceramics
    The Observer

  • Abigail Ozora Simpson

    Exhibited and collected internationally, Abigail Ozora Simpson is out to tweak a few noses. "I want to change people's perception about clay," she says. "I find that exciting because it means there's room for rebellion." Abigail is the daughter of celebrated painter, Michael Simpson. Her coyly vulnerable, yet lusciously risque, hand-coiled sculptures pull focus between scale and detail. Touchy feely surfaces sit invitingly upon soft feminine curves. The erotic meets the maternal with everything in between.

    Enquire | Artist Site >

    The It Girl of Ceramics
    The Observer