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In Crystal Morey’s “Totem” and “Habitats Collide” sculpture series, human figures are encased in animal bodies. Though they offer grotesque juxta...

Humans Inside Animals

In Crystal Morey’s “Totem” and “Habitats Collide” sculpture series, human figures are encased in animal bodies. Though they offer grotesque juxta.

Crystal Morey

Ceramic Art Striking Ceramic Sculptures of Human-Animal Hybrids Explore Relationship Between People and Nature - My Modern Met

11. Beth Katleman ("Folly" Sculpture) Born in Park Forest, Illinois, 1960 - "My sculptures and installations combine rococo decoration with icons from popular culture.  I comb the flea markets in search of 1950's squeaky toys, corporate mascots, miniature buildings, cartoon characters and dolls. I cast these trinkets in clay, reinventing them and lavishing them with attention. My sculptures examine the nature of consumption and desire in our time.

Beth Katleman's sculptures and installations combine rococo decoration with icons from popular culture.

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Sculptures of human-animal hybrids

Crystal Morey Ceramic Sculptures The artist Crystal Morey imagines ceramic sculptures strange and fascinating. Based on different representations of human with elements from the animal world, these creations resembling totems plunge us into a world apart.

Debra Gardner Abarca

Debra Gardner Abarca

Debra Fritts

Debra Fritts ''Ceramicist Debra Fritts consecrates the rawness of earth and our deep primal connections with it through her hand-buil.

I was in the room when Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates delivered his keynote speech at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2014. Among many things, he spoke about his sense of isolation working as a black artist in an otherwise white-dominated creative milieu.

Paradox: Identity and Belonging

I was in the room when Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates delivered his keynote speech at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2014. Among many things, he spoke about his sense of isolation working as a black artist in an otherwise white-dominated creative milieu.

IMG_2309.jpg  Nathan Murray's Color Theory. This can be found in the March 2017 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

I began the interview for this article with an apology to Nathan Murray, a man of mixed race, for any racial ignorance on my part. As a white woman, I felt both inadequate and self-conscious about trying to represent him and his work through my lens.

As a shaman practitioner, Hib is acutely attuned to the connection between the human and animal spirit worlds. His cast of figures moves in and out of the spiritual world and evokes a certain ancient timelessness. Themes of transformation are quite common in his work, specifically transitional moments between life and death.  - Stonington Gallery

Emil Alzamora "Walking, I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and liste.

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