My Art, Your Space: Wilson Family

I love seeing where my art ends up and hearing why you connect with a piece. If you have some of my work that you’d like to share, please email me! Thanks for sharing!

Here’s this weeks share from the Wilson Family:
The two seed pods were a gift to myself, I had been eyeing them for a long time, then these were the last two left and I thought they were perfectly paired together. Having attempted to build my own pods, both large and small, in clay class, I have an understanding of the skill it took to for Jenni to build them, which makes me appreciate them all the more. I placed them where we could see them from our swing on the back patio, I can also see them from my kitchen sink. I notice them all the time, sometimes there are orange poppies growing around them, sometimes the ground is dry and brown, and sometimes they are surrounded by lush grass and chickens. I love having art in the back yard and these pieces fit into our landscape perfectly, but also are quirky enough that they make me wonder: are they eggs? are those turquoise tails peaking out? are they alien plants? They are an intriguing combination of nature and fantasy, visitors and the chickens enjoy them nearly as much as I do.

Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | the dirt | My Art, Your Space: Wilson Family Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | the dirt | My Art, Your Space: Wilson Family Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | the dirt | My Art, Your Space: Wilson Family

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