Experimenting with the arrangement of the tables.
Closeups of the final pieces, and how my objects look like up against the wooden textures.
In the movie ” Forgotten memory” you step into the world of dementia. An invisible and hidden world is exposed. How look everyday things through the eyes of someone suffering from dementia. How do they experience their environment? What is a teapot if you don’t know what a teapot is?
The inspiration of nature is very vivid in Angela Cunningham’s work. Although unworldly, the repetition, symmetric formation and geometry makes it seem believably organic.
The Golden Gaffer, 2014
Kingsford Special, 2013
mixed media, 7 x 7 x 3.5
“Intimate in scale, bold in color, and immaculate in finish, the ceramic sculptures by San Francisco-based artist Ron Nagle look like surrealistic dream objects. Early in his career, Nagle apprenticed with fellow Abstract Expressionist ceramicist Peter Voulkos, and he cites Ken Price and Giorgio Morandi as significant influences. His small vessels and abstract sculptures often have puckered surfaces and gradual color fades; slabs melt into hard right angles, and monochromatic parts are given finely grained texture. While clearly handmade, to the sleekness of Nagle’s works lends them an air more alien than human.”