Many of my sculptures represent two forms pulling away from, or compressing against, each other. They act as metaphors for human relationships that are based on impending separation or forced attachment. Many people find the development of relationships to be a source of anxiety, and I attempt to express this interactive struggle through the physical movement of the clay.
12.5" Height 10" Width 10" Deep
Made in New York, USA
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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