Adrian Arleo, Wasp Nest, Three Figures. 2004, clay, glaze, wood bracket, 16x13x8″

Adrian Arleo is a ceramic sculptor living outside Missoula, Montana. For nearly thirty years, Arleo has focused her work on the human figure, often com.

"Touch" from Wasp Nest Series, Adrian Arleo, 2005

adrian arleo: "Touch" 2005 Series Title: wasp nest series Artist: adrian arleo Date: Technique: handbuilt Temperature: Cone 04 Glazing / Surface Treatment: glaze Material: clay

Adrian Arleo is a sculptor living near Missoula, Montana whose ceramic works hybridize the human figure with animal and environmental imagery. Among her creations are bodies pock-marked with honeycomb formations, people birthed from wasp nests, and animals whose skin ripple with huma

Adrian Arleo is a ceramic sculptor living outside Missoula, Montana. For nearly thirty years, Arleo has focused her work on the human figure, often com.

Cocooned Baby Sculpture by Andrew Barton

Wasp Nest, Pearl Grey, Bird Nests, Natural History, Neutral, Notes, November, Nest, November Born

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Julia Elizabeth Louise Morris–Nests 2012 – Resin Paper Wasp Nests “Nests” are cast resin brooches made from molds of found paper wasp nests. Cubic zirconia stones are suspended in the cells of the nests, and a sterling silver and spring steel

By Etsy artist Paul Distelzweig. This free standing light sculpture stands 10.5 inches high with an 8 inch hexagonal footprint. The name Apis habilis is a combination of the species name for the honey bee (Apis mellifera) and the first tool using hominid (Homo habilis). Honey bees have a long association with humans and were brought wherever humans migrated. This complex relationship provides a starting point for the creation of the Apis habilis pieces.

By Etsy artist Paul Distelzweig. This free standing light sculpture stands 10.5 inches high with an 8 inch hexagonal footprint. The name Apis habilis is a combination of the species name for the honey bee (Apis mellifera) and the first tool using hominid (Homo habilis). Honey bees have a long association with humans and were brought wherever humans migrated. This complex relationship provides a starting point for the creation of the Apis habilis pieces.

"Touch" from Wasp Nest Series, Adrian Arleo, 2005

adrian arleo: "Touch" 2005 Series Title: wasp nest series Artist: adrian arleo Date: Technique: handbuilt Temperature: Cone 04 Glazing / Surface Treatment: glaze Material: clay

>>>Adrian Arleo -Ceramic Sculpture.."is a sculptor living near Missoula, Montana whose ceramic works hybridize the human figure with animal and environmental imagery. Among her creations are bodies pock-marked with honeycomb formations, people birthed from wasp nests, and animals whose skin ripple with human eyes. "

Adrian Arleo is a ceramic sculptor living outside Missoula, Montana. For nearly thirty years, Arleo has focused her work on the human figure, often com.

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