Ceramic Sculptures That Look Like Wood by Christopher David
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Ceramic Sculptures That Look Like Wood by Christopher David White
Christopher David White is a trompe l'oeil sculptor whose works are handmade predominantly from clay and rendered with acute attention to detail, often resembling decaying pieces of wood, rusted metal, and other objects in various stages of deterioration. These works explore the relationship between humanity and nature and how both are in a constant state of flux between growth and decay. He received his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Indiana University in 2012. He went on to receive his Masters of Fine Arts in...
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