Reminiscent of discarded cloth napkins, these ceramic folds are reminders for the artist of past events and special dinners in her Midwest suburban home as well as her role as mother’s helper. 2018, hangs on wall Dimensions: 6 x 12 x 4" Materials: Glazed porcelain
Bobbi Meier (East Garfield Park)
For artist Bobbi Meier, producing work that is sensuous, slightly frightening, and grotesquely humorous has become a means to engage discomfort and anger with situations that cannot be changed. Life’s frustrations and the human condition are embedded into her abstract sculptures, drawings, and installations through a juxtaposition of delicate and aggressive material manipulation. Her background as a graphic designer has had a strong influence on the projects in her fine art practice. Recently in residence at the John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Program, she had the opportunity to transform her typically soft forms into porcelain objects.
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