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Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures by Oleksandr

Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures by Oleksandr

My name is Oleksandr Miroshnychenko, from Ukraine. I start to study pottery in 2003 and my first wish was to create functional wares. I was inspired by japan ceramic art. I tried to express natural processes in clay. Issues that interested me was transience of life, imperfection, impermanence, self-nature and beauty of materials. But my philosophy transformed and I began to reflect about humans and about processes in society. Civilization and urbanity changes the human nature. Personality as set of separate elements, possibility of their changes and permanent transformation. Continuous change and imperfection as a basic line of personality. The seeming order is unstable. Entropy as form of transformation of objects of material culture. The psychological isolation that is common to human experience. I try to integrate this motifs into my forms. I continue to do pottery because for me it is the study of shapes and surfaces, colours and glazes. It is a great experience for the artist, to have a possibility to make functional things, not only art. ~ CeramicSoul

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

Contemporary Ceramic sculptures by Oleksandr Miroshnychenko

 

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