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Newspaper boy Sculpture

Aimee Perez

United States

Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 15 W x 170 H x 14 D in

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About The Artwork

Inspired by 1900 paper boy. Newspaper boy carries the names and or events with dates of women or women related issues in history that made headlines. The sculpture has ceramic head and a body of ceramic plates with each headline, rusted metal chains hold the plates together..

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15 W x 170 H x 14 D in

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Aimee Perez was born in Havana Cuba in 1955. She left for the United States when she was twelve years old with her family through the Freedom Flights and grew up in Miami in Cuban immigrant community. As a young adult she won honorable mention in the Gold Key Scholastic Awards in painting and several honorable mentions as she continued her pursuit of the arts during her college years. In 1989 she moved to Mexico City and continued painting and exhibiting with Cuban and Mexican artist. In 1997 she was invited to participate as a guest artist in the studio of Mexican sculptor Jose Sacal and it is here she begins to work for the first time in 3D with clay. She returned to Miami in 2006 and continued her work winning several awards for her figurative ceramics in the state of Florida. Perez has been praised for her command of gestures making her sculptures expressionistic and powerful which combined with the juxtaposition to found objects creates an organic symbiosis. She says her work is her voice, a dialogue with the observer and simultaneously a self-exploration. Her work can be found in many private collection in the United States and Mexico and in permanent collections including Florida International University Honors College Collection and The Bennett Women Collection, Texas Her studio is in the Bird Road Art District in Miami, Florida an area with more than 50 artists studios and become one of the hot spots for Cuban and Latin American Art.

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