Our search for gory art continues this week with porcelain specialist, Maria Rubinke. The 20-something year old artist is using her extraordinary abilities to transform the craft of porcelain into Wes Craven inspired works that are a far cry from their Angelic predecessors. Who knew porcelain could get so gut wrenching?
The pieces are somewhat comical but still maintain sadistically signature appeal. It is a wonderful exhibition of a brilliant imagination, taking the oft soft genre of porcelain into a darker, more sarcastic realm.
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