Fulop’s work in clay is heavily influenced by the Japanese tradition. His experimentation with Raku reduction and wood firing techniques along along with his use of calligraphic gesture is a culmination of experiences and time spent with traditional artists in China, Korea and Japan. In his most recent works Fulop pushes the boundaries of traditional clay vessel seeking to exploit elemental process of fired material intertwined with the artists gestural use of brushwork and glazing technique. These reflective works attempt to ‘connect to reawaken’ an embodied awareness of ‘objects and object making’.