British Artist’s Evocative Ceramic Sculptures Offer A Slice Of Summer
Fascinated by food, the way we eat, and the rituals of treats and indulgence; artist Anna Barlow exercises dexterous ceramics-wizardry to create these stunningly original sculptures from clay, porcelain and glaze.
Capturing the evocative, fleeting moments of melting ice creams on a summer’s day, the pieces evoke tastes, memories and contemplations.
The textures Barlow has achieved are magical, the biscuity wafers and trickling ice cream and sauce quite simply leave you salivating – if not foaming at the mouth – over her remarkable creations, and the range of emotions brought on by such a seemingly simple vision is curiously profound.
What’s more is that, starting from £100, Anna’s works fall into the seriously-affordable art category – so, if the sight of her works alone weren’t making you feel gleeful enough, the prospect of owning your own little slice of summer emotion surely will.
Via We Heart
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