I have long been a fan of some of Johnson Tsang’s porcelain sculptures, but not until his Open Mind and Dream Series was I absolutely smitten with his work. The way he takes the human face/head and turns it into a canvas for a “thought” his thought - which is itself an added layer of each creation. It’s like the Vulcan phrase “my mind to your mind, my thoughts to your thoughts” and with that, I thought I would share my ramblings on each piece within the two series.
Cathy Azria is a metal sculptor who has taken her innate ability to create unique abstract 3D forms to the next level by producing something functional without compromising her artistic aesthetic. Cathy’s metal fireplace grills can be adapted for both indoors and outside in either small or large-scale dimensions.
A BONE-ified collection of scary plates by The New English” is a super elegant way to add a touch of Goth to any room but if you prefer your bone china to be a bit “friendlier” New English also has many other options, including insects and anatomy.
When we think of water fountain sculptures we usually think of something completely abstract or completely traditional but Malgorzata Chodakowska creates water fountain sculptures out of bronze that are stylized realism for a completely contemporary aesthetic and the final results can be described with one word – WOW.