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Suzanne Kane Floral Sculptures

  Lot # Y288.289.290
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Suzanne Kane Floral Sculptures
This unique set of three ceramic sculptures by Suzanne Kane features a captivating trio of botanical artistry. Each sculpture is meticulously crafted, showcasing the intricate beauty of different flowers. These sculptures are being sold together, offering a cohesive and elegant addition to any collection.

  1. Magnolia Sculpture:

    • The Magnolia sculpture captures the delicate and elegant form of magnolia blossoms in full bloom. The petals are intricately detailed, highlighting Suzanne Kane's exceptional skill in ceramic artistry. This piece stands gracefully on a textured base, creating a striking visual appeal.
  2. Carnation Sculpture:

    • The Carnation sculpture is a vibrant representation of the classic carnation flower. With its detailed petals and naturalistic coloration, this sculpture embodies the timeless beauty of carnations. The piece is mounted on a sturdy base, adding stability and style to the overall design.
  3. Amaryllis Sculpture:

    • The Amaryllis sculpture showcases the bold and dramatic presence of the amaryllis flower. The rich colors and finely crafted petals make this piece a standout in the set. The amaryllis sculpture is also supported by a textured base, ensuring it remains a focal point in any display.
  • Each Piece is Signed by Suzanne Kane and Dated 2019
  • Ceramic Flower With Iron Stems

About the Artist:

Suzanne Kane is a renowned ceramic artist based in Las Cruces, New Mexico, whose work is celebrated for its intricate and expressive nature. Born and raised outside of Detroit, Kane developed an early passion for creating with various materials, which eventually led her to the field of ceramics. She earned her BFA in sculpture from Michigan State University and later pursued an MFA at New Mexico State University.

Kane's art is deeply influenced by the flora and fauna of the Chihuahua Desert. She is known for her mixed media sculptures that combine ceramics with welded steel, reflecting the resilient and adaptive qualities of desert plants. Her pieces often feature detailed representations of botanical life, including wildflowers, weeds, and cacti, capturing the essence of the arid landscape around her.

In addition to her studio work, Suzanne Kane has also contributed to the academic community as a part-time ceramics instructor at New Mexico State University. Her sculptures have been displayed in various public and private collections, and she has participated in numerous exhibitions, including those organized by the Doña Ana Arts Council and the Mariposa Gallery in Albuquerque.

Kane's dedication to her craft and her unique artistic voice have earned her a respected place in the world of contemporary ceramics. Her work continues to inspire and captivate audiences, offering a dynamic interpretation of the natural world through the medium of clay and metal.

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(3) Sculptures, each 12-15" Height

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