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46th Annual NCECA Ceramics Conference JASON WALKE

46th Annual NCECA Ceramics Conference JASON WALKE

Melisa Cadell is interested in the figure and the spiritual being that is represented by it. Melisa works primarily in clay using the human form as an expression of the spiritual being that dwells within it. Her ceramic figures represent people who are changed through life experiences - their struggles, joys and journeys.

Without living consciously and embarking on healing, it can feel like throughout your life, things keep happening to you rather than you choosing things. Cat O DOwd Art-Melisa Cadell

Beth Cavener Stichter, a Franklin High graduate (TN), the most important ceramic artist in the US today.

Beth Cavener Stichter workshop.

sculpture Beth Cavener Stichter, a Franklin High graduate (TN), the most important ceramic artist in the US today.

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Ceramic Figures, Ceramic Artists, Ceramic Horses, public art by Marni Gable

JohanDote (deviantart) - I love this simple sculpture (and art in general!) for the emotion, or impression it can convey. It is not usual human behaviour to huddle this close under normal circumstances. So, why are the figures standing so closely, are they fearful, unsure of their environment? Regardless of the intent of the artist, art can instantly cause us to think and question, and that power of art is amazing!

The contemporary mixed media metal sculptures artist JP Jonsson. New sculpture exploring the human. Comprehensive gallery with images of sculptures.

Phillippe Faraut - From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Arts Daily – From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

Grotesque Sculptures by Yui Ishibashi Depicts Nature Overpowering Humans | Spoon & Tamago

Grotesque Sculptures by Yui Ishibashi Depicts Nature Overpowering Humans

Tokyo-based artist Ishibashi Yui& sculptures are unsettling and beautiful. Her figures seem to have submitted to the plants and branches protrudi.

Fantasy | Whimsical | Strange | Mythical | Creative | Creatures | Dolls | Sculptures | Kyphosis

Except that the neck part bends back out like the curve in the thoracic area.

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