With my work I try to represent the emotions in this world. The sadness, anger and the dark emotions that can’t be described by words. When I tried to shape those directly, it took the form of a person naturally. The pieces are not supposed to be practical tools but rather a medium to representing who I am. I craft those to grow closer to people’s hearts.
14” H x 25” W x 20” D
Numerous hand drawn dots all over and under the bowl. Coral like carvings all around a large sculpture. These are the results of a hardworking and persistent artist such as Lana Kova. The work is a form of meditation for Lana, repetitive and tedious. With an easy to use and organized studio, a whole drawer of her stock water color drawings across the ages are stored. A retired model, the tall Lana is devoted to her craft and continuously making pieces. Sara Japanese Pottery’s most recommended young artist.
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