This listing is for an 9.263 x 6.77 inch print of an original resin cast sculpture. Print size includes white borders.
With swirls born of machines and magic, these dapper darlings inspire sugary mischief wherever they go. The spirit of a Froyo Fella is a dichotomy of crunchy, creamy complexity. Sharper than ice cream, these low fat adventurers brave the sunshine to seek a life outside the froyo shop, wild animals in their own right. The Froyo Fellas are full of wiggles and giggles, but sometimes bite–so watch your fingers.
This listing is for one pack of (x11) 4×5 assorted miniprints featuring original sculptures.
I’m interested in creature art that inspires unexpected empathy through a subtle shift in perspective.
I made the Breastables by sculpting epoxy clay breasts onto ready-made decorative foam fruit. Using ready-made objects as a starting point created a fun color/ texture matching challenge. It was important for the breasts to feel like a natural extension of the produce, echoing elements that give each fruit a distinctive look.
Women’s bodies have long been compared to fruit, a problematic analogy that’s fascinating to explore. Nude women and fruit are classic art subjects. The women often feel as consumable as the fruit, another kind of still life. The Breastables are an uncanny blend of creature and object, bodies without faces that still radiate personhood.