Porcelain sculpture, under glaze painted and glazed
From the exhibition A Season for Everything – a Journey Through Time and Space (Gardiner Museum, Toronto)
At the end of the year is Spring, represented by the March Hare, coaxed back into a state of being by the potentially optimistic Fish-Head figure. This figure in my work represents the complex relationship of human dependence on the environment and natural resources. The Hare is closely watched by its natural predator the Lynx, symbolic here because of endangerment as a species.
20 x 15 x 35 cm
Please note, this work is currently on display at the Gardiner Museum until July 2018
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