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This form expresses multiple dimensions and faces. there is a dynamic between the organic contorts  the simple iron oxide treated surface and the detail of the carved holes that allows the viewer to have a different experience from every angle.























Iron oxide and dusty blue over green glaze on studio clay
19" x 11

2013

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The skull is the home of the brain which holds our intellect, memories, thoughts, perceptions and ideas. The human skull is also a symbol for life, mortality and death. "The Day of the Dead", celebrated in Mexico, is known for its vibrant festivities honoring ancestors with flowers and sugar skulls.

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