Objects of Veneration (continued) Ceramics

(Each bowl has three legs. This was the form of ancient and even prehistoric alters.)

Caveware I, 17x 17x4, wood fired ceramics

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Caveware II, 14x14x6, wood fired ceramics

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Caveware III, 12x11x4, wood fired ceramics

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Caveware IV, 12x11x5, wood fired ceramics

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Old Growth Altar I, 14x12x4, gas fired clay

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Old Growth Altar II, 14x13x4, raku fired clay


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March, 14 x 12 x 12 in.

Incense Bowl, 5 x 4 x 4 in.

Apocalypse Bowl (Four Horses), 14 x 16 x 16 in.

Small Pot with Mask Lid,, 5 x 5 x 5 in.

Creation I, pit fired clay, acrylic paint, antlers and wood 28x13x4 in.


Hanging Petroglyphs, clay, wood, steel, copper, brass, 55x27x8 in.


Glyphs (detail)

Creation II, clay, wood, rusted steel, horse hair, acrylics 18 x 21 x 4 in.

The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (tribute to Walter Benjamin) , 16 x 19 in., laser decals on raku fired clay


Mask, high fired ceramics, 15 x 9 x5 in.

Porcelain Mask, high fired ceramics

Queen

Red Horse

Red Heifer

The Invention of the Wheel, Part I

Bovine Skull, encaustic wax

Transfiguration & Duende, Yonnah Ben Levy & Chaim Bezalel, encaustic and mixed media on bovine jawbone

Cloud of Witnesses (the Vatican), porcelain with burned in photographic laser decals, diptych, 24 x 20 each panel