13.10.11 by Jeff

Kate MacDowell

Incredible porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell.

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell

Porcelain sculptures by Kate MacDowell













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • awesome post! her work is so beautifully executed, it reminds us of the connection of man & nature and own own mortality. Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuper! :)

  • superb, really amazing. you should check out these (she’s a great teacher too): http://www.crystalmorey.com/

  • this stuff is incredible

  • Gen

    Wow wow wow et re-mwow, magnifique travaille, idée… Jalousie m’emporte. Bravo

  • so coool.

  • Really raw imagery portrayed so “purely” and delicately. I love it!

  • lapetitefaon

    sigh, wow, ugh, I can’t even think of liiiike a full sentence, these are just so haunting and lovely

  • the last one with the babies and the wolf! reminds of the Roman story of romulus and remus! just AMAZING!

  • kk

    Well rendering use of skill and style.





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