• Christopher David White – Within Arm’s Reach – sculpture

    Within Arm's Reach - sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Ceramic wood Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Ceramic wood Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – All Mine3 – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - All Mine3 - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - All Mine - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - All Mine - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand2 – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Going Hand In Hand2 - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Tipping Point – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Tipping Point - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand – Sculpture

    Going Hand In Hand - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick3 – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Alas, Poor Yorick3 - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Alas, Poor Yorick - Sculpture

  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick – Sculpture

    Christopher David White - Alas, Poor Yorick - Sculpture

Beautiful ceramics that look like wood

Beautiful ceramics that look like wood of Sculptor Christopher David White (USA)

Christopher David White - Tipping Point - Sculpture

Christopher David White – Tipping Point – Sculpture

Ses sculptures hyper réalistes sont faites d’argile. A partir de moulages ou moulage – il reproduit la texture du bois dans ses moindres détails. Un vrai trompe-l’oeil :
«Je cherche à exposer la beauté qui résulte souvent de la pourriture tandis que, en même temps, je renvoie au spectateur leur propre perception du monde.”

“I seek to expose the beauty that often results from decay while, at the same time, making my viewer question their own perception of the world around them. To accomplish this, I begin by observing instances of decay within my surroundings that I find inspiring due to form, color, or texture. With clay as my medium of choice I then meticulously render by hand those elements, taking advantage of clay’s innate ability to mimic a wide variety of materials. I utilize trompe l’oeil as a stylistic choice to emphasize the concept that our understanding of the world is an illusion. The juxtaposition of natural and man-made features in combination with the skewing of scale, proportion, and material, helps in creating an altered perception – forcing the viewer to look closer.”

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