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Adrian Arleo’s Strange, Ceramic Creatures | Hi-Fructose Magazine Adrian Arleo, Ceramic Creatures, Montana Art, Multimedia Art, Ceramic Sculpture Figurative, Clay Glaze, Bronze Figurine, Sculpture Projects, Artistic Installation

Adrian Arleo’s Strange, Ceramic Creatures - Hi-Fructose Magazine

Montana-based ceramic sculptor Adrian Arleo crafts surreal figures and hybrid creatures. Toying with scale and texture, Arleo subverts the nature of familiar beings from our world. The result are works that inspire both awe and uncomfortability. The artist says that the themes at play in her pieces are numerous.

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Janice Melito
Jessica Harrison, Doll Tattoo, Latest Series, Notebook Ideas, Scottish Artists, 3d Studio, New Ceramics, Ceramic Figures, Porcelain Art

Jessica Harrison’s Latest Series of Altered Ceramic Figures - Hi-Fructose Magazine

Ceramic figurines are like little reflections of ourselves. Historically modeled after royalty, famous actors, and unusual characters from every day life, they can show us who we are and where we come from. Scotland based artist Jessica Harrison sees figurines in much the same way, but beauty is only skin deep. She turns those reflections inside out to reveal her subjects' personality and complexities underneath.

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Ren Knight
Dreamlike Sculptures by Christina Bothwell Meld Ceramic, Glass, and Oil Paint into Otherworldly Figures | Colossal Christina Bothwell, Lucid Dream, Colossal Art, Arte Inspo, Sculpture Installation, Animal Sculptures, Oil Paint, Art Sculpture, Glass Sculpture

Dreamlike Sculptures by Christina Bothwell Meld Ceramic, Glass, and Oil Paint into Otherworldly Figures — Colossal

From her Pennsylvania studio, Christina Bothwell (previously) sculpts surreal hybrid creatures and figures that occupy the unearthly space between dreams and wakefulness. She works with a combination of annealed glass, pit-fired ceramics, oil paint, and small mosaic tiles, which each correspond to a conceptual element. “I always come back to the idea that the physical part of us is just a small part of who we are in our entirety,” the artist tells Colossal. More

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Melissa Kim