Posts Tagged: Clay sculptures
Basel based artist, Florence Rometsch started her “relationship” with clay in 1997, as she began working independently with this material. In 2001 she opened her workshop in Basel, where she creates these amazing pieces, from figurines and bowls, all the way to clothing and furniture, entirely by hand. Over the years, the artist had many exhibitions...
Jane Muir creates these unique hand painted figures, representing stereotypes or archetypal characters. The figures are hand modeled, which gives Jane the freedom to experiment with the clay, constantly modifying and adjusting her creations as they emerge.
Ellen Jewett creates these amazing and painstakingly intricate animal sculptures. Each piece is entirely handmade, beginning with a handmade metal armature over which light weight clay is sculpted. The painting is done with acrylic pigments and the embedded eyes
Meredith Dittmar is a Portland based artist, born near Boston Mass. Her art is an incredible mix of humans, animals, plants that deconstruct the human experience in a colorful bass relief, expressing deep levels of union across themes of biology, technology, and