Ceramic Showcase Artist Spotlight: Sara Swink

Swink_Kimo in the Grass

I make human and animal clay figures with a  psychological stance and a humorous edge.  They  have to do with ideas about the dangers of  domestication and the loss of the instinctual; the  insatiability of the human animal; ways we relate  to  nature and to our own natures; and  challenges and idiosyncrasies in relationships.

These themes opeSwink_Predator Princess in Mayberg Gownrate on an individual, personal  level and well as a universal one; in many ways I  consider them essentially feminist issues.

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