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Women. Life. Freedom Sculpture

Jessamyn Go

United States

Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 5 W x 6 H x 5 D in

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Originally listed for $395
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A body of work that highlights my stance in solidarity with the people and women of Iran fighting against the oppression and violence towards women. I performed an act of cutting my hair that would be burned on the surface of the vessel, most typically called Horse Hair Pottery or Horse Hair Raku, and shared a video of it on social media, receiving hundreds of messages from all over the globe. In a world of global unrest we are all experiencing our own fights for rights of choice. I was able to share that and build a community of shared sentiment that just proves there is hope and humanity in the world. This vessel is made of porcelain thrown on the pottery wheel, and finished with the burn markings of human hair. This vessel does not hold water and bares a micro surface cracks that makes it especially fragile. The cracks mirrors the burn marks and only emphasizes the fragility and strength of the fight for women's rights around the world.

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:5 W x 6 H x 5 D in

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Jessamyn Go is a ceramic artist, educator, environmental conservationist and the founder of Femme Sole. Born in New York City and raised on Long Island, she attended New York University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Studio Art. Aside from leading a successful small batch production studio Jessamyn is a founding member of the Mastic Beach Conservancy, serves on the board of trustees, and works with the fundraising committee to organize local events to raise funds for their community. Jessamyn began working with ceramics in 2018 when she pivoted away from a 20+ year career in luxury retail management. During the pandemic shutdown of Covid 19 she began selling her ceramic wares through social media and local farmer's markets to raise funds to build her home ceramics studio in Mastic Beach, NY. Slowly gaining local recognition for the Femme Sole signature style, she began to develop a wholesale production for stores, and began to teach ceramics privately to both children and adults out of her home studio. In addition to leading a successful production practice for Femme Sole, Jessamyn began to exhibit her art globally presenting the Femme Sole Signature Collection vases with 1000 Vases in Paris, France during Art Paris in Spring of 2022, and again with 1000 Vases at Super Studio Piu in Milan, Italy in the Summer of 2022. Her most recent body of work is centered on women’s rights issues that exhibited at The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn, NY and with the Perseus Gallery at Red Dot in the Wynwood Art District during Art Basel Miami.

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