Past Works > MFA Thesis: Composed Relation

Ceramic sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Steel
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramics, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Cermics, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpure
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic, Mixed Media
2014

This series is an investigation in creating energy and interest through the use of contrast and balance in a composition. My compositions are comprised of two main forms, solids and structures. By arranging these two forms I create assemblages that are visually complex and engaging without becoming complicated. The visual contrast is compounded by the inherent qualities and histories of the material; the structures are formed from stark white porcelain and the solids densely colored earthenware. The contrast and energy created in these pieces is both visual and conceptual and creates a dynamic that engages viewers on multiple levels.