LOU MITCHELL COURTNEY | FLORIDA

I dig & mix my clay & glazes. My kiln is electric & I fire to cone 5 (roughly 2250’ F) The process of hand building my bas-reliefs and three dimensional pieces is the reflection of an archeological dig into my inner world & observation of the natural world. My work is guided by intuition and is centered around the idea that we are constantly Becoming or Transforming, moving towards or away from something. In each moment there is the co-existence of opposites with the presence of one actively confirming the other. There is a desire for connection, to love and be loved, to bridge Heaven with Earth, to reach towards something greater than ourself. Despite my efforts to simplify, I find my pieces continue to be detailed and narrative. They have been described as feminine and strong, and each tells its own story.

 

Handbuilt sheep with wings, clay and glazes.

 

Capuchin Monkey Head | Lou Mitchell Courtney

  • 4.5" (H) x 9.5"(L) x 3" (W)

Flying Sheep

$92.00Price
  • Handbuilt sheep with wings, clay and glazes.

    Capuchin Monkey Head | Lou Mitchell Courtney

    • 4.5" (H) x 9.5"(L) x 3" (W)

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