Waters of Discomfort


Waters of Discomfort is the second of a 4 part piece called “The Liberation of the Couch Potato”.  A humorous take on the ‘couch potato’ idiom.

The female potato figure is now standing and has sprouted arms, with which she is reaching out to something beyond: she is starting to shed her skin and has become less of a potato (her torso is now an onion). She has doubled in number, becoming more powerful. She is in the waves of emotion as she is transitioning from the heavy earth.



Waters of Discomfort

Size: 18” x 21” x 5.5”
Ceramics & Mixed Media