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  • Christopher David White – Within Arm’s Reach – sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Ceramic wood Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine3 – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand2 – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Tipping Point – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick3 – 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.”

  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculptures
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculptures
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculptures
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculpture
  • Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – portrait

Konno Tomoko – Organic sculptures

Konno Tomoko – Organic sculptures / Ceramic artist (Born in Yurihonjo, Akita, Japan)

Konno Tomoko - Ceramic artist - Organic sculptures

Konno Tomoko – Ceramic artist – Organic sculptures

  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture

Fausto Salvi Ceramic

Fausto Salvi Ceramic (Italia)

Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculptures

Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculptures

  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – White Girl
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – The White Rabbit
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Swinger
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Do it
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Cocaine Cowboy
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Albert
  • Chris Riccardo – B&E – 32 H x 16 W x 12 in – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – portrait

Chris Riccardo Figurative sculpture

Chris Riccardo Figurative sculpture (USA)

Chris Riccardo - Sculpture - Cocaine Cowboy

Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Cocaine Cowboy

“My sculptures are a direct physical manifestation of my inner thoughts and moral struggles. They are frozen moments in time ripped from the on going struggle that takes place in my mind. The battle between good and evil, right and wrong and quite honestly a multitude of both morally and ethically questionable thoughts.

My head is swimming with insecurities and feelings that sometimes make it an uncomfortable place to be. I want my viewers to share in this discomfort, to really feel what it is like to spend a minute in my mind. If one walks away from my work and feels somewhat violated, excited, intrigued, and maybe even a little happier, than they truly know who I am, and I have succeeded.

My process begins with a thought, a vision, a look, a trigger that draws me to the clay. Gone are the days of exhaustive preliminary sketches and maquettes, I simply visualize how I want the clay to look and begin to throw it into a solid mass. Slowly and painstakingly I begin to build and tear at the surface, gradually making aesthetic changes as I see fit.”

Studio Vérité: Chris Riccardo from Jacques de Beaufort on Vimeo.

  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy

Le charmant bestiaire de Sophie Favre

Le charmant bestiaire de Sophie Favre (France), née en 1950 d’une mère céramiste et d’un père peintre et dessinateur.

Sculptures - Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy

“Après des études aux Beaux Arts de Paris, Sophie Favre apprend à travailler la terre avec sa mère et se passionne très vite pour cette matière qui lui permet d’imaginer et de donner corps à des personnages ou à des animaux, d’abord au tour comme les céramistes, puis par modelage. Chargées de sentiments subtils, les « créatures » de Sophie Favre ont le don de susciter l’identification par de menus détails. S’il ne s’agit pas de caricatures, elles semblent pourtant revendiquer leur caractère comique et maladroit, et c’est ce qui les rend furieusement attachantes.
Aujourd’hui, l’œuvre de Sophie Favre est reconnue internationalement, elle figure dans les grandes collections et la revue « Miroir de l’Art » a élu l’artiste parmi les « Révélations de l’année 2012 ». (Source texte : ALQUIER100)

  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Trust sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – pieuvre sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – The Lonely King sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – King Midas and His touch
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Centaur sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience sculptures

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker. (UK) Figuratives sculptures

Clare Ferguson-Walker - sculptures

Through my work I aim to communicate the human condition from as many angles as I can see. I often draw upon elements of folklore and mythology, as I believe that certain stories carry age old truths woven into our collective sub-conscious which often have moral, emotional and physical relevance, regardless of time period or cultural status. I am drawn over and over again to using the human form as my starting point. as I believe that the physical body can and does communicate in a universal language. Each of us communicates using body language on a daily basis, often involuntarily, therefore it is a pure truthful language often revealing emotions that we would otherwise choose to hide. My figures are deliberately distorted, they come from another realm, my own personal world. Their forms also attempt to re-write our often limited views of what is considered beautiful. They are subtly rebellious.
I believe that the imagination is the channel by which the subconscious communicates with the conscious mind, and I believe that symbolism and metaphor are the languages that it uses. Therefore I freely allow my imagination to come up with scenes and concepts which I then turn into an object or image. My sculptures and paintings can be interpreted in the same way as one would interpret a dream, objects, creatures and positions carry hidden meanings to be unraveled. The subsequent narrative which I see developing is the plot line of my attempt to rationalize this world and my existence with in it. My work often deals with memory, loss as well as hope and the celebration of life itself. I love working with clay and I feel that the process of firing is something akin to alchemy, changing one substance into another. It allows for experimentation and always comes with the element of potential loss, making it a delicate and often heartbreaking art form.
I also love working with bronze, I love the excitement of the foundry process and I like the permanence of the material. I know that after I am gone, there will be a little of myself immortalized in my sculptures.

  • Sarah Louise Davey – Night Shade
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Harpy
  • Sarah Louise Davey – High Towers and Deep Wells
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Blood Flower
  • Sarah Louise Davey – fascinating sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Foxglove
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Feral – Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood / Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Crab’s Eye
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculpture in progress

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey. (USA)

Sarah Louise Davey - Buttercup sculpture

Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture

Disturbing beautiful sculptures by Sarah Louise Davey are painted ceramic, embodying creatures with tortured, glazed stares, and strange growths either covering their eyes or framing them like sick, rotten petals of flesh carved out around an astonishingly open iris. They look like paintings on porcelain, and the bold, dark lines sketching their features out against the chalky whiteness of the ceramic hold a horrific and fascinating quality. 

Inquietantes sculptures de Sarah Louise Davey, incarnant des créatures torturées, aux regards vitreux, avec souvent des excroissances étranges – couvrant les yeux ou la bouche. Ses sculptures ont un aspect porcelaine, une blancheur crayeuse leur donnant une aura nauséabonde et fascinante.

  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – art textile artiste

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge. Née en 1951, vit et travaille à Paris.

Martine Schildge - art textile artiste

Dans son travail, l’artiste se met à l’ouvrage en nous proposant des installations de textiles blancs. Coutures et broderies se dévoilent au fil d’un parcours conçu de volumes intrigants. Le blanc donne le ton et apporte aux formes la douceur et la fluidité que la subtilité des matières accentue. Dans ce monde, l’intimité et le silence sont de mise.
Mais le songe bascule lorsque l’on contemple de plus près ces figures. Les formes, de plus en plus inquiétantes, sont suspendues, errantes ou encore pour certaines, enfermées et lovées dans des cages de tissus.

Les installations de Martine Schildge font toujours corps avec l’espace. Dans un premier temps, l’artiste s’approprie le lieu et son histoire (carnets de croquis, photographies) et y intègre ensuite mentalement ses formes imaginaires. Verre, céramique, œuvres cousues main et brodées avec diverses matières : tulle, feutre, gaz, organdi, molleton…, de couleur blanche, suscitent toutes sortes d’interrogations et d’émotions.
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition1
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Earthenware-oil-paint-underglaze-glaze
  • Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flowers sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – portrait / Sculpture of Clayton Keyes

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures. (USA)

Rebekah Bogard started drawing animals when she was growing up in Wyoming, and she never stopped, not even as a grad student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Rebekah Bogard - Sculptures

Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures

“I enjoy utilizing animals because they are beautiful and mysterious creatures, vulnerable to relations with humans. This susceptibility gives them a sense of benevolence that is often lacking in human associations….Some pieces look cute, sweet and innocent, but upon closer inspection, one realizes that the piece is conceptually more complicated. They may be read simultaneously as happy-go-lucky as well as melancholic and out of place. I blend the beautiful with the sad, fantasy with reality, idealism with truth as well as the sexual with the innocent.”

  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Torso / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – (B)oops / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Sculptures
  • Ans Vink – portrait / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink - De workingclass hero's / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures1
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Examine – sculpture
  • Nancy Kubale – sculpture LOOKING, 2016
  • Nancy Kubale – sculptures 2017
  • Nancy Kubale – portrait studio sculptures

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale. (USA)

Nancy Kubale - Sculptures figuratives

Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives

In a body of work there is a common thread of expression and exploration that binds it together.  My sculpture addresses the pursuit of Truth (trying to figure out what and how things really are) .  I am intrigued by what we think, do and say, by who we are and how we live and the ideologies we embrace.

  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog pup sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Rhino baby sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Glazing the Hyena sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture WIP
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Polar bear sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of wild dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of painted dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – chien – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – African painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Aardvark sculpture
  • Nick Mackman Animal Sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – portrait

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman. (UK) / Drawing on her experience as a rhino keeper and on safari, she aims to get under the skin of the animal and then recreate it, giving each one its own personality. Her pieces are Raku fired, argile or papier maché used.

Nick Mackman - Painted dog sculpture

Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture

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  • Izumi May – cloud ponies / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Tooting the Horn of Dilemma / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Tinderbox / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Thumping Jack / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Notes on an Invisible Road / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – gray donkey / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – camel ships / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – A Whisper of Snow / Sculptures

Hawaï Artist : Izumi May

Hawaï Artist : Izumi May. (née et a grandi à Honolulu)

  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture – Spirit Deer
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Deer Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog – Humanimals

Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture

Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculptures figuratives & peintures (USA)

Colin and Kristine Poole - Hot Diggety Dog

Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog

Demonstration of creating a life-sized, coil-built ceramic figurative sculpture

  • Clementine De Chabaneix – Tete de chien – porcelaine / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – sculptures faience / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – you are my sister / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – Viktor / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – Venus / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – the acrobat  / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – siamese / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – sculptures / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – pieuvre grise / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – L’orthographe / sculptures figuratives
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – Femme tigre / poetique sculptures
  • Clementine De Chabaneix – portrait / Sculpteur

Sculptures poétique Clementine De Chabaneix

Sculptures poétique Clementine De Chabaneix.  (France)

“I work with epoxy resin or ceramic, iron and sometimes wood.
I often sculpt young ‘ Burtonian’ girls, kind of “Alice in Wonderland”, teenagers, romantic, a bit gothic… 
My work is about leaving childhood, metamorphose, struggle. 
I draw also with very thin lines, minimalist black and white drawings, with the same subject.”


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