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Corporate Dementia, perhaps Sculpture

Peter Cunis

United States

Sculpture, Pottery on Ceramic

Size: 5 W x 4 H x 5 D in

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Wheel-thrown hand carved glazed ceramic, raku fired. Signed and dated on the bottom. The primary photo captures the color, the extra photos with different lighting are showing the relief, sculptural and textural details.There are wonderful green and purple highlights in the dark glaze. My work sometimes references pollution and environmental situations. Exploring airborne contaminants as an aesthetic compliment to a natural setting. An expansive factory complex pours impurities into the sky in flowing streams around this vessel. Shipped wrapped in bubble wrap and securely boxed.

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Sculpture:Pottery on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:5 W x 4 H x 5 D in

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Currently living in Colorado. Medium/techniques: Drawing, painting (oil, alkyd and acrylic), wood burning (pyrography), ceramics, sculpture (assemblage, found object), collage. Artist Statement: “You have a unique personal vision”, was the reaction I got from a curator at an established Soho art gallery on West Broadway in New York City years back. He added, “Unfortunately, it’s not what our client base buys here”. It made sense. The day I was there, for their walk-in artwork/portfolio reviews, on the walls there were hanging very large photo-realistic oil paintings of horses. I thanked him for his suggestions and recommendations to take my work to some places in Greenwich Village. I like it when people are viewing my work and someone says, “I’ve never seen anything like this”. It’s both bad and good. Bad in the way that it might not directly connect with a movement, genre or artist. It doesn’t look like anything else out there. It’s good in the way that it might be considered idiosyncratic, perhaps unconventional; something new that might be referencing historical aspects, or not. I’m going for permanence and durability. From ceramic and metal to pyrography (wood burning) to paintings with or without gold leaf to assemblages including, or not, found objects. Figures, animals (intact, partial or skeletal), places and situations - visualizations in an illusory context.

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