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Amanda Coakley, Shrutee Shrivastava, Dragana Argirovic, Neeraj Parswal offering original Handbuilt Ceramics artworks.


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Amanda Coakley: 'crow coral', 2017 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract Figurative.
, 2017
Abstract Figurative - Ceramics
12 x 7 inches (30.5 x 17.8 cm)
Shrutee Shrivastava: 'pot art', 2019 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract. Clay pot art work...
, 2019
Abstract - Ceramics
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
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Dragana Argirovic: 'Stubborn', 2015 Handbuilt Ceramics, Floral.  It represent thirsty, dry, cracked soil, opposite with blue, juicy flowers, because life always finds way! Tiles was created with only hammer. Very dynamic rotation of bigger and smaller pieces and very dramatic look of black cracks and blue flowers will makes your eyes neilled on Stubborn! ...
, 2015
Floral - Ceramics
48.5 x 24 inches (123.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Dragana Argirovic: 'Stubborn', 2015 Handbuilt Ceramics, Floral.   It represents thirsty, dry, cracked soil, opposite to blue, juicy flowers, because life always finds way! The tiles were created with a hammer only. Very dynamic rotation of bigger and smaller pieces and very dramatic look of black cracks and blue flowers will makes your eyes nailed on Stubborn!  ...
, 2015
Floral - Ceramics
48.5 x 24 inches (123.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Neeraj Parswal: 'Forever Exquisite', 2015 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract Figurative.              Original and handcrafted ceramic  painting on  high quality light board. The artwork is unframed and nicely created with high quality materials and museum quality visuals. The shades of acrylic colors speak very loudly.The theme and title of the artwork is inspired by Distinctive Energy and Devotions of women around...
Abstract Figurative - Ceramics
26 x 36 inches (66.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Amanda Coakley - As an atheist I have always looked at religion from the position of an observer rather than a practitioner. When I was younger, I grew up in a predominantly religious area and had felt out of place. My friends would try to get me to join bible school, received sideways looks for purchasing the newest fantasy book series, and needless to say I didnt know the words to prayers when I joined summer camp. My family was mostly atheist and growing up, I didnt know much else. The push towards religion was something I didnt understand as a child. However despite my experiences with religion, my hope is to not denigrate religion but draw light upon the chaos of consumption. Advertisements and the rush to Black Friday events at malls feel similar to me. I havent felt the need to run out and buy the latest I-phone or I-pod, or the latest in fashion trends. Nor have I wanted to find myself in large crowds of people waiting outside malls to get a plethora of stuff at fraction of the cost. Aside from the occasional indulgence into a few well loved book series, I didnt feel like I ...