Poisoned Porcelain.

In The Menu., Visual Arts. by Quiet Lunch1 Comment

Our search for gory art continues this week with porcelain specialist, Maria Rubinke. The 20-something year old artist is using her extraordinary abilities to transform the craft of porcelain into Wes Craven inspired works that are a far cry from their Angelic predecessors. Who knew porcelain could get so gut wrenching?

Courtesy of Maria Rubinke.

Courtesy of Maria Rubinke.

The pieces are somewhat comical but still maintain sadistically signature appeal. It is a wonderful exhibition of a brilliant imagination, taking the oft soft genre of porcelain into a darker, more sarcastic realm.

Courtesy of Maria Rubinke.

Courtesy of Maria Rubinke.

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