“These intuitive portraits of the elementals/alfars populate her imagination and natural surroundings. They occupy the lighter side of her environmental concerns as she continues in the historical precedent of bonding the world of humans to the realm of Nature through anthropomorphized creations. She is preoccupied with the sense of hearing, of listening, of realizing the state of the Earth.”
Dawn’s clay artwork seem to have come out of the earth, as if they were created much like the trees and the rocks. It’s like nature taking on a life of its own and they bring out a lighter/brighter side of nature. They are quirky and fun and I like how they always smile.
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