Veronica’s bowls, vases and boxes are thrown to exploit the qualities of fineness and transparency that are special to porcelain. All Veronica’s pots are handthrown and Veronica likes to push the clay to its limits, trying to capture the fluidity of the wet clay and exploit its translucency after firing.
She alters many of the shapes by carving or cutting and folding the rims. Some vases are left to dry hanging upside down so that the rims fall into naturally wavy shapes. Many pieces are glazed only on the inside, exploring the contrast between glazed and unglazed surfaces.
Realistic porcelain leaves, some glazed, some unglazed, are made using real leaves to complement the flower-like vases.