I make ceramic insects combining rust free wire and clay. Each piece is the assemblage of many small bug parts made from clay, pinned together with small pins of wire that become one finished piece after being fired in a kiln at 1080 C. My work is slightly larger than scale but small enough to give the beholder the idea that they might be real, but very big for an insect. My work is affordable and priced for a well-to-do general public with little or no focus at all for galleries or resale shops.
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