"Porcelain is sensuous and exacting and must be carefully coaxed into shapes"
The limits of porcelain clay lie less in technical skill, which can be honed and improved, than in the limits of the material.
The scope and imagination of the artist is the only limiting aspect of the porcelain clay body. Porcelain has a very fine texture so that even when left unglazed, it has a satiny smooth surface that is complete in itself.
Porcelain is sensuous and exacting and must be carefully coaxed into shapes. It is much like a blank canvas waiting to be decorated. The smoothness of the clay body reflects even the faintest marks.
Porcelain demands a certain degree of accuracy and skill. Loso's porcelain style reflects his use of carving and piercing. He is continually exploring various surface textures and treatments. Gold leaf, metallic lusters, and sterling silver are just a few examples of such treatments.