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Ceramic Sculpture by Laurance Simons

650.00
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Ceramic Sculpture by Laurance Simons

650.00

A ceramic sculpture “Let’s live dangerously” by Laurance Simons, c2001. Made of terracotta.

A goat-headed female dances on the back of a stooped goat-headed male. She bears aloft a branch from which sprout three egg-cup sized vessels, with blue glazed interiors. The lower figure hides his eyes, but glances upwards through his fingers. The piece is typical of Simon’s light-hearted style.

Dimensions: H53cm

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A ceramic sculpture “Let’s live dangerously” by Laurance Simons, c2001. Made of terracotta.

A goat-headed female dances on the back of a stooped goat-headed male. She bears aloft a branch from which sprout three egg-cup sized vessels, with blue glazed interiors. The lower figure hides his eyes, but glances upwards through his fingers. The piece is typical of Simon’s light-hearted style.

Dimensions: H53cm

Laurance Simon trained in Camberwell, New York and Cardiff, and now lives and works in London.  She has exhibited widely, both in solo and groups shows, and examples of her work are in the V&A Museum Collection.