Aude Van Ryn
Micky Deconstructed by London-based ceramicist and illustrator Aude Van Ryn. This abstract terracotta sculpture was inspired by art from West Africa, and the powerful influence it had on the aesthetic of early modernism.
Echoing its West African influence, this piece has been deliberately sculpted using the earthy tones of terracotta and decorated with a limited palette of glazes to achieve an animated and graphic form. Previously an illustrator, Aude's sculptural works are as playful and pictorial as her hand drawings, whilst paying homage to her love and fascination of modern art from the mid-20th century.
Material: Earthenware terracotta clay, underglaze and earthenware glaze
Dimensions: Height: 14 cm, Length: 4 cm, Width: 6 cm
Care Instructions: Light dusting and if necessary clean the surface with a dry cloth.