I was just notified that my Dorothy sculpture will be in Lark’s “500 Figures in Clay” vol.2!!! #ceramics #larkcrafts
In the fall, I will begin my 3 year journey towards a MFA in ceramics at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania!
I am super excited to start this next adventure and I look forward to sharing it with you through this blog.
See Nicole Aquillano’s process here.
Dog Dinner Set
Created by myself as a commission. I’m pretty happy with how they turned out!
"That would be all the better wouldn’t it?"
"What separates human from animal? What borders exist between real and imagined, beautiful and repugnant, animate and inanimate?" Lindsay Pichaske (2013 NCECA Emerging Artist)
Low-fire ceramic, artificial flower petals, adhesive, paint
Pecking Order, 2011, Low-fire ceramic, sunflower seeds, beet dye, acrylic paint
Darwin’s Muse, 2012, Low-fire ceramic, 26190 sequins, paint, adhesive, steel bracket
Aristotle’s Foil, 2010, Low-fire ceramic, artificial flower petals, milk paint, oil paint
Where You End and I Begin, 2012, Low-fire ceramic, rooster feathers, flocking, paint, adhesive
The Matriarch, 2012, Low-fire ceramic, sticks, paint, resin, steel, found object (base)
Piece by Lindsay Pichaske, one of the Emerging Artists at NCECA this year.
Piece by Renee Brown at the NCECA Biennial exhibition.