I enjoy painting, making pottery, all sorts of artistic pursuits. People who see my work in a shop often don't even have to read the little signs on the shelf. They know at a glance it is mine. The pictures on my pottery are in many ways similar to my 2-D work, and I use the same glazes on goblets, vases, and mixing bowls, plates, cups and statuary. What's more, the pigments in my paints contain many of the same mineral pigments you will find in my glazes. Why? Two reasons: First, these pigments are the ones that give the colors I want, and the glaze is good wherever I choose to use it. The fact that a goblet and a mixing bowl have the same glaze, design and shape does not mean one of them evolved from the other (even if they were alive, it wouldn't mean this). What it means is that this is a useful shape, a design that enhances the form, and a glaze that is durable and beautiful. Second, I have a style in which I work. When I make a new work, whether 2 or 3-D, I do not change my style. I like my style and I have no need to re-invent it and make each work as different from every other work of my hands as possible. God likes His style, too. He uses forms and mechanisms that work. You can tell His work easily, though it is a lot more varied than mine.