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The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow - Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow” documents the complete step by step process of creating a character starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed gallery show piece in 2016 debuting at Jim McKenzie’s “Lost Magic” at Copro Gallery.

  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby
  • Ronit Baranga Expo 2018 NY
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  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures Breakfast
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby siren
  • Ronit Baranga – The ladies of the Tea Party Sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – Devil Baby – Sculpture 2016
  • Ronit Baranga – Sculptures #ART #SCULPTURE #HANDS #RONITBARANGA
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  • Ronit Baranga “Flying Baby” – Sculpture 2016
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  • Ronit Baranga – ‘The Choir’ sculpture
  • Ronit Baranga Sculptures – Internal Reflection
  • @ronitbaranga’s demon baby sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – The Choir, 2017. Wall pieces Sculpture
  • Ronit Baranga – My Artemis – Sculpture 2015

Ronit Baranga Clay artist

Ronit Baranga Clay artist, born, lives and creates in Israel. Works displayed in museums and galleries around the world. 

Ronit Baranga - sculptures The grave watchers childhood

Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood

  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – tumblr
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  • Cristina Cordova – Cabeza – 2013 – Sculptures
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  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – on progress
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  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – El aire huele a humo
  • Cristina Cordova – El Temporal – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – ARCO – 2010
  • Cristina Cordova – ARCO – 2010
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – portraits
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – portrait

Figurative Sculpture of Cristina Cordova

Figurative Sculpture of Cristina Cordova. (USA)

Cristina Cordóva, a Penland artist in residence, is a ceramist whose delicate, whimsical human and animal forms spark our imagination and curiosity. She discusses her work on display at the Possibilities: Rising Stars of Contemporary Craft exhibition at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design in Charlotte.

  • Butterfly Garden, Katharine Morling – porcelain, black stain and wire
  • Katharine Morling – Deer – Clay, porcelain slip, porcelain and black stain
  • Katharine Morling – Vase of stems – Porcelain and black stain
  • Katharine Morling – Discovery
  • Katharine-Morling – Butterfly Garden
  • Fox – KATHARINE-MORLING – sculpture
  • Katharine Morling Ceramics – giraf
  • Katharine Morling – Cut 2 – Earth stone, porcelain slip, porcelain and black stain

Katharine Morling Fine Ceramics

Katharine Morling Fine Ceramics. (England)

Katharine Morling - Discovery

Katharine Morling – Discovery

“My work has been a personal narrative, which alludes to tales, dreams and nightmares. I bring my drawings alive in 3D. My work is often life-size or larger; a chair will stand a metre tall. The work has been of a domestic nature, taking inanimate objects such as chairs and layering them with emotion. As I build up piece by piece, I have created rooms with atmosphere where unexpected feelings arise from apparently mundane objects. 
I work very instinctively, one piece leads to the next, I try not to pin down what I am doing or even why. I have to trust and believe that I can communicate through this medium.
My searching is never complete; each piece is a journey for answers that are only hinted at, with more questions. 
I predominantly work in clay but use other materials when I feel it is necessary: glass, string, wood, raffia and mirror.”

  • kelly connole sculptures
  • kelly connole – ceramic sculpture
  • kelly connole – Violet – ceramic sculpture
  • kelly connole-Lucia  – ceramic sculpture
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  • kelly connole-Neda- ceramic sculpture
  • kelly connole -t wins-NCECA-Flow
  • kelly connole-Hilda – ceramic sculpture
  • kelly connole-Frances and Franca – ceramic sculpture
  • kelly connole-Scamper Installation – ceramic sculpture

Creatures by Kelly Connole

Creatures by Kelly Connole, beaucoup d’êtres hybrides aux formes de lapins… Elle vit et travaille aux Etats-Unis.

“Quand j’étais une petite fille, dans le Montana les animaux étaient mes compagnons. Plusieurs de mes lapins de compagnie se sont libérés de leurs cages et se multiplièrent . Une nuit de pleine lune, j’ai regardé par la fenêtre de ma chambre pour voir tout un troupeau de lapins dans l’espace entre notre maison et la grange . Le clair de lune brillait sur leur dos, illuminant leurs formes voluptueuses et leurs oreilles curieuses. Quand une volée d’oiseaux a survolé les lapins, leurs ombres fugaces sur leur dos m’a coupé le souffle .

C’est l’un de mes premiers souvenirs , j’avais cinq ou six ans à l’époque, et cela reste l’une des plus belles scènes que je n’ai jamais vu . A cet instant, j’ai vu l’endroit où le ciel et la terre se rencontrent et j’ai senti une partie d’un monde beaucoup plus grand que je ne pouvais alors ou maintenant, décrire avec des mots .

Grâce à cette série de créatures hybrides, j’espère capturer juste un peu de la magie que j’ai vécu cette nuit-là . Les pièces contiennent des fragments de beaucoup d’autres souvenirs et je cherche le lien avec le monde animal.”

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“When I was a little girl living in rural Montana animals were my constant companions. Several of my pet rabbits broke free of their cages and multiplied. One night, on a full moon, I looked out of my bedroom window to see a whole herd of rabbits in the space between our house and the barn. The moonlight glistened on their backs, illuminating their voluptuous forms and curious ears. When a flock of birds flew over the rabbits, casting fleeting shadows on their backs, it took my breath away.

This is one of my earliest memories—I was five or six at the time—and it remains one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. At that moment I saw the place where the sky and the earth meet and I felt a part of a world much larger than I could then, or now, describe with words.

Through this series of hybrid creatures I hope to capture just a bit of the magic I experienced that night. The pieces contain layered fragments of many other memories as I seek a connection to the natural world and to others.”

  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media – coverclowns
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media – antlers-14sm
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media – pinkclown-
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media
  • Scott Radke – sculpture
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed art
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media – pinkclown-detail1
  • scott radke – sculpture mixed media – papillon
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Les êtres hybrides de Scott Radke

Les êtres hybrides de Scott Radke

Scott Radke est né à Cleveland (Ohio) et a grandi dans la banlieue proche de Strongsville. Il a expérimenté différents médias artistiques et se concentre actuellement sur la création de sculptures hybrides mélangeant un sentiment d’innocence, et un autre sombre et austère.
En 1999, la popularité de ses sculptures lui a permis de quitter son travail abrutissant dans une usine pour poursuivre sa passion créative. Ses marionnettes ont été en vedette dans des films dont “Voices In My Head”, documentaire de la BBC réalisé par David Malone, Desolation Sound, mettant en vedette Jennifer Beals, “God in the Machine” mettant en vedette Thomas Jay Ryan, et le clip “Birthday Massacre”.
Le travail de Radke a été publiés dans des revues, y compris Bizarre (Angleterre), le DPI (Taiwan).  Il a présenté son travail à la BLK / MRKT Gallery (CA), M Modern Gallery (CA), Galerie Strychnin (Allemagne), etc… Radke vit actuellement à Cleveland, où il a créé des décors, des costumes et des masques pour la chorégraphe Sarah Morrison. Ils se sont mariés peu de temps après leur première collaboration créative, et ont eu une fille Isabella.

Scott Radke was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and grew up in the nearby suburb of Strongsville. Radke has experimented with various media throughout his life and currently focuses on the creation of sculptural hybrid creatures with an extraordinarily, innocent, yet dark twist. In 1999 the popularity of his marionettes allowed him to leave his mind-numbing job at a bed-frame factory to pursue his creative passion on a full-time basis. His marionettes have been featured in films including Voices In My Head, a BBC documentary directed by David Malone; Desolation Sound, starring Jennifer Beals; God in the Machine, starring Thomas Jay Ryan; and Birthday Massacre’s music video, Blue. Radke’s work has been published internationally in magazines including Bizarre (England), DPI (Taiwan), Refused, and Skratch. *He has* shown his work at BLK/MRKT Gallery (CA), M Modern Gallery (CA), Strychnin Gallery (Germany), Jonathan Levine’s former Tin Man Alley (PA), and CB’s 313 (NYC) among others. Radke currently lives in Cleveland where he has created set designs, costumes, and masks for choreographer Sarah Morrison. Sarah and Scott married soon after their first creative collaboration, and their home has grown over the past ten years to include their daughter Isabella. 4 cats, and a lot of goldfish. [Source txt]


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