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Art-design, sculpture, handicraft.
The art of museums inspires me, as does atmospheric design. Since 2003 I often use ceramic clays from formulas invented by my sister Amy Myers - material I mix and knead up by hand. My sculpture goes from dust to moist clay, then to a figure glowing white-hot in the kiln at… Read More
Art-design, sculpture, handicraft.
The art of museums inspires me, as does atmospheric design. Since 2003 I often use ceramic clays from formulas invented by my sister Amy Myers - material I mix and knead up by hand. My sculpture goes from dust to moist clay, then to a figure glowing white-hot in the kiln at degrees ranging from 1940 to 2305 degrees Fahrenheit... and forward to a sculpture that looks at you, that stands ready or falls asleep, that carries or dances.
The simple ballpoint pen is a friend too; charcoal, lino-block; digital media; anything that can express in light and shadow the personality, the vitality of a human being, the naivete of an animal, or the transient thought that needs a shape and a face.
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