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“Touch-Me-Not” 2015, porcelain, slip by Sergei Isupov (b 1963), a ceramic artist from Stavropol, Russia now living in MA, USA & Tallinn, Estonia. He was educated at the Ukrainian State Art School in Kiev & the Art Institute of Tallinn in Estonia obtaining a Bachelor of Arts & Master of Fine Arts degrees in ceramic art. He has exhibited widely in both solo & group exhibitions, received several awards & his work is held in many galleries & private collections / http://sergeiisupov.com/

“Touch-Me-Not” 2015, porcelain, slip by Sergei Isupov (b 1963), a ceramic artist from Stavropol, Russia now living in MA, USA & Tallinn, Estonia. He was educated at the Ukrainian State Art School in Kiev & the Art Institute of Tallinn in Estonia obtaining a Bachelor of Arts & Master of Fine Arts degrees in ceramic art. He has exhibited widely in both solo & group exhibitions, received several awards & his work is held in many galleries & private collections / http://sergeiisupov.com/

made by: Peter Hiemstra , 'One love' - Ceramic art > It stands for; The swans are symbolic for the persistent connection after a partner is deceased; Swans only know one partner in their lives.

made by: Peter Hiemstra , 'One love' - Ceramic art > It stands for; The swans are symbolic for the persistent connection after a partner is deceased; Swans only know one partner in their lives.

Sergei Isupov, "Hair On" 2006–2015, porcelain, slip, glaze, 36 x 17 x 11".

Sergei Isupov, "Hair On" 2006–2015, porcelain, slip, glaze, 36 x 17 x 11".

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