MORE MUSHROOMS!! here is another work in progress. I made another mushroom lady (well at least her head) and its a little bit different to anything I’ve made before. I was inspired my Javier Marin, who is one my my favorite sculptors, and he makes these “floating head” sculptures where bust is upside-down and the hair is the base. So I wanted to try something like that, but make it my own. I may do more works like this in the future it was a fun piece to make
New WIP! go check it out!
New work in progress on a new series I’m working on. This is my lotus blossom lady with the seeds growing out from her skin. Sorry if you are trypophobic, it freaks me out too, carving it, physically and conceptually, was a very strange, tedious, yet satisfying process. I can’t wait to finish her and I hope she makes it out alright (fingers crossed)
Hey this is my new work (finally). check it out!
Beth Cavener Stichter and Alessandro Gallo Collaborate on Ornate Sculpture
Ma Jun (b. 1974, Quingdao, China) Porcelain Art from New China series. Info with pics.
Hand Built Porcelain, Mixed Media
9” x 3 ½” x 2 ½”
6 / 2010
©Daniel Naudé, Group of Ankole cattle. Kiruhura district, Western Region, Uganda, 2012
CA Katy recently visited the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA to check out their new exhibition Transformation 9: Contemporary Works in Ceramics. The works pictured are just a few of the standouts from the exhibition, but there are many more great pieces on display. If you are in the Pittsburgh area, this show is definitely not to be missed. For more information, you can check them out at their website or right here on Tumblr.