Eight artists explore figurative tradition of ceramic sculpture inspired by popular culture, ancient history, insects and the human condition.
MC Armstrong creates delightful insects constructed from recycled hardware commonly discarded.
Inspired by illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages, Elaine Carhartt strives to translate these times into the architecture and costumes of her sculpture and prints.
Lisa Clague combines classical figurines and stuffed animal parts dipped in slip to create a transformed figurine that is quirky and reminiscent of childhood.
Paul Guillemette's clay mixed-media pieces depict the most holy Buddha, Sumo wrestlers and uncommon heroes. like "Mother".
Lynn Haggard's ceramic figures are often grouped in peculiar situations inspired by comic references to the past.
Jim Keville began an exploration of the endless variety of colors and forms of beetles, always searching for a new narrative. The end result; beautiful beetles.
Kim Tucker uses clay to create clunky, psychological portraits of the misunderstood, maligned, ugly, fat, and weepy.