French-born Elisabeth Mulroney’s ceramics capture the human form, particularly man’s relationship with others and to his surroundings.
Elisabeth’s lifelong passion and fascination with the ocean, it’s potential for voyages and migration, the discovery of distant lands, the movement of waves, the fear of marine depths and all it’s creatures, and the simplest activities such as fishing is portrayed in her clay figures. Her love of maps, which reduce the world to human scale using a complex and beautiful code, is reflected in her work.
Elisabeth’s small installations of clay figures, absorbed in daily life, showcase the quintessence of human experience.
- Clay, found object, copper, wire & plywood
26 x 28
x 16 cm