remember when you were a kid at the beach, and you wandered around the rock pools searching for treasure – and then you found a sea anemone… and you wanted to, needed to, stick your finger in it? you didn’t know what’s going to happen! but you, like, really really needed to find out. that’s the first thought i had when i saw these intricate ceramic creations by Israeli artist Zemer Peled.

Zemer Peled’s work examines the beauty and brutality of the natural world.  Her sculptural language is formed by her surrounding landscapes and nature, engaging with themes of nature and memories, identity and place. Her works are formed of thousand of ceramic shards constructed into large-scale/small-scale sculptures and installations.

some of them look like flowers, others like sea anemones, some even remind me of the dreaded Sarlacc. but, you know, in a nice way. see more of her work at her website.

Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled Zemer Peled

 

 

Related Posts
Ron van der Ende

how amazing are these sculptures by Dutch artist Ron van der Ende! i've never been much of a sculpture fan, mostly because Read more

Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera is a Colombian designer and artist who, simply put, does INSANE things with paper. not only is Read more

Gregory Euclide & Bon Iver

i've been holding out on listening to the new Bon Iver album because i've been hearing so much about it Read more

7 Comments

Write A Comment

Pin It