Evidence of Healing Complete Works

Thu, November 27, 2014

As for most art work, documentation is vital.  You must have good images not only to archive the work to have an inclusive story telling history but when applying for anything - grants, shows, competitions - you must have good quality images.  Photographing ceramics is very tricky primarily because most ceramics have a glossy glaze to them so you get a lot of glare, but it is also challenging to make a three dimensional object look three dimensional in a photograph.  You have to be concerned with shadow, focus, lighting, colour, mood, and a variety of other factors.  I was fortunate enough to have Brandt Eisnor of Swoon Fine Art photograph these pieces for me.  He did a fantastic job and I am proud to share them.  As before if you click on the image to see a larger version of it.

External Fixation, 5.25" X 9.5"

Healing with Brother Elk, 13" X 10"

Invisible Scars(a), 2.5" X 3.5"

Invisible Scars(b), 2.5" X 3.5"

Invisible Scars(c), 2.5" X 3.5"

Melanoma Bowl 1, 3" X 6"

Melanoma Bowl 2, 3.5" X 7.25"

Melanoma Bowl 2 inside, 3.5" X 7.25"

Prosthetic Plate 1, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic Plate 2, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic Plate 3, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic Plate 4, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic Plate 5, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic Plate 6, 9.5" X 9.5" X 2"

Prosthetic pot 7.5" X 6.25"

Prosthetic Pot 5.5" X 8.5"

Prosthetic Pot 6.25" X 9.75"

Prosthetic Pot 6.76" X 5.75"

Prosthetic Pot 6" X 6.25"

Sutured Tumor Vase, 9" X 5.25"

Sutured Vase, 6.5" X 5"

Ulcerated Fusion 1, 4" X 7.75"

Ulcerated Fusion 2, 4.25" X 9.5"

Ulcerated Fusion 3, 4" X 9"



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