Tagged: china painting

Silicic Evolution 

The focus of my work is figurative ceramics. I utilize the surface of my sculptural creations as a kind of porcelain canvas for autobiographical surrealistic painting. My introduction to and interest in the PRISM lab originated from a series of attempts to create an accurate mirror image of one of my sculptures.

After a crash course in CAD programs, I used the PRISM lab’s computer scanning and prototyping processes to create a work of abstract figurative art. Conceptually, my goal was to crate a porcelain sculpture of two conjoined figures embodying a symbiotic relationship.
This project was a collaboration between myself and Arizona State University’s PRISM lab, with special thanks to Professor Dan Collins.



American Art Collector Magazine

Check out the American Art Collector Magazine featuring an article about my work. Enjoy!

American Art Collector

Ceramics Monthly Article

Bridget Chérie Harper’s Visual Diaries by Paul Lewing

Thanks to artist, writer and publisher, Paul Lewing for this informative article about China Painting and featuring my work!