Functionality and beauty in art are two things that Alice has down. Her plates, cups, bowls, teapots, and other vessels can all serve functionally while retaining their individual beauty. Her vessels have simple shapes that come from a premeditated pattern. When she makes them, she uses extreme precision and is always careful to leave her finished work as clean as possible. She is meticulous in where she places her designs and what colors they will be. She puts her patterns down on to the wet clay using a screen pattern that she makes herself. Then she carefully assembles the decorated slabs and coaxes whatever shape she prefers out of the conjoined slabs. She is careful not to smudge her design work throughout this process.
Her next step is the bisque firing and then she applies a simple transparent glaze to allow the natural white of the porcelain to show through. The result is a graceful vessel with uninterrupted flowing contours and delicate designs.