Fine Art

Lynsey Chapman

The work I have created is inspired by the evolution of oneself. It explores different aspects of growth and focuses on how we change over time. Clay was the medium of choice used to study and convey the feeling of the art. Ceramic sculpture takes dedication and time to develop, much like the way it takes time and patience to grow into the people we aspire to be. The drying process of the clay and the imperfections that arise from it illustrates how fragile we are as we grow and develop. It demonstrates how unpredictable external influences can cause us to change and mature into someone completely different. The female form is used to personify the art and evoke empathy. The soft, curving flow of the body suggests sensitivity whilst also promoting feelings of comfort and familiarity.

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