Under the Surface Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel

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“Under the Surface” ceramics created by artist Beccy Ridsdel play on the metaphor of craft as surgery. In the installation, surgical tools such as clamps and scalpels seemingly peel back the “skin” of plates and mugs, exposing bright floral insides. The pieces mirror the intricacy of the human body while crossing the disciplines of art and medicine.
“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

“Under the Surface”

Tags: metaphor artist Beccy Ridsdel scalpel ceramic Under the Surface craft skin plate mug floral medicine surgery surgical tool installation art
Posted by creoflick 6 years, 10 months ago from: http://www.beccyridsdel.co.uk/

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