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Judith Morsink: Figure Sculpture titled If I Should Fall

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Description

Judith was first inspired by the human form through ancient art and goddess sculptures of Old Europe. If I Should Fall presents human dilemmas by incorporating the human form with nature, plants and land forms. Employing both hand made porcelain, coloured and commercial clay, each piece is fired to cone 6 and will slightly vary in colour, pattern, size and weight.  Retail Feature: Toronto Potters Biennial Exhibition titled FLUX If I Should Fall was juried by Denis Longchamps (Executive Director and Chief Curator of The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery) and Susan Low-Beer (Award Winning Ceramic Artist). Photo Gallery: Includes current projects artist is working on.

Care & Use: Sculpture is non-functional, fragile and to be handled from the base. To clean, gently dust with a damp cloth or blow dust off.

Material: Porcelain and coloured clay

Measurement (in.): L7 across x W7 x H4.3

Weight (oz.): 14.5

SKU: 895016

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About The Artist

Judith Morsink

Judith Morsink-Kashtan was born in Montreal and has resided in Toronto and Windsor. Her first clay experience was as a teenager at sculpture classes at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Further clay experience followed while at McGill University, Diploma Occupational Therapy, evening classes in pottery at the Ontario College of Art, and honours BFA at the University of Windsor. She has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Ontario and participated in the 2012 International Contemporary Ceramic Art Exhibition at Jindenzen, China. Judith has received awards from FUSION, Toronto Potters, Latcham Gallery and Powerplay a Ceramic Exhibition at the Chatham Art Gallery.

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