Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

May 13, 2014 | in Art

Painter and sculptor Katharine Morling is fond of ceramics. But her works don’t quite look like ceramics. They rather look like some kind of a paper art.

Before starting a new sculpture, Katharine Morling draws a sketch first. These sketches are only a source of inspiration for the future project. As the author says, without molding, sketches and a good mood nothing good will come out. So, all three conditions are required. In the end, Katharine adds contours to her sculptures using black ink.

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

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