Berlin based artist Larissa Honsek creates these clay figures on her own time, collecting impressions from travel and everyday life.
It’s appropriate that Karine Giboulo’s first European showing is in Germany, ground zero of the international refugee crisis. The Montreal artist has created another of her exquisite miniature worlds to give us passionate social commentary – this time on migration.
Toronto-based sculptor Gosia says that what she’s feeling as she creates often gets trapped inside her art. These powerful polymer clay and gypsum works trigger similar emotions in a viewer, she says. (Above: Pearl 12x11x8)
This miniature sculpted world is a narrative critique on the uncontrolled growth of third world slums – this one in Haiti. Village Démocratie is the re-creation of a shantytown outside Port-au-Prince where residents shared fragments of their lives with Canadian artist Karine Giboulo.
This is one of Canadian Art Junkie’s all-time reader favourites, from the archives. Montreal-based Raku Inoue is an artist, illustrator, sculptor and photographer who works in polymer clay to produce 3D illustrations, butterflies, masks and other stunning works. (Above, Below: Theatrical masks) He does intriguing fantasy scenes. […]