Title:  “Whitewater Rapids"

Year:  2020

Medium:  Ceramic / Cast Glass / Light

Description:  Sculpture

Style:  Contemporary / Abstract

Subject / Inspiration:  Water is the most powerful substance on the planet even when it’s not moving. Fast-moving water always has the potential for injury or death by drowning or hitting objects. Fatalities do occur; some 50 people die in whitewater accidents in the United States each year. Although this is an activity I would not participate in, I can’t help but admire the human spirit of all the paddlers who risk everything for the thrill of it all. 

Overall Dimensions:  12.25 x 13 x 4 in.

Technique:  High fired stoneware, wheel-thrown, altered, hand built, glazed and electric fired in an oxidation atmosphere. Cast glass.

Glass cold work courtesy of Matthew Rademacher.

Predominant Colors:  Aqua Blue, white, turquoise