Krystal Pitts
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Fabulous inspiration

Fabulous inspiration

Ceramic Vase / Utensil Holder

Ceramic Vase / Utensil Holder

Macdonell Ceramics :: Gallery (Page 1) of work at Macdonell Ceramics

Macdonell Ceramics :: Gallery (Page 1) of work at Macdonell Ceramics

Daniel Firman, Nasutamanus, 2012

Daniel Firman, Nasutamanus, 2012

Why Do We Wake? 2 by Polly Morgan, Fine Art Taxidermy, via Flickr

Why Do We Wake? 2 by Polly Morgan, Fine Art Taxidermy, via Flickr

Like this Mermaid, I lie, lifeless

Like this Mermaid, I lie, lifeless

More dead bird...

More dead bird...

Portfolio | Mister Finch

Portfolio | Mister Finch

Myocardial Infraction – Polly Morgan 2013 Taxidermy, resin plaster, glue, oil paint, ink 127cm x 38cm x 38cm

Myocardial Infraction – Polly Morgan 2013 Taxidermy, resin plaster, glue, oil paint, ink 127cm x 38cm x 38cm

‘Celebrated and self-trained, Tampa Bay-based taxidermy artist Juan Cabana has been delighting and disturbing audiences with his strange, lifeless life-forms since 2001. Mermaids are his special fascination, but he presents many variations on this theme. Among the other sinister sea monsters conceived in his workshop: a Cyclops known as ‘Omi’; a massive mammalian-jawed monstrosity, ’Stranded’; a skull-faced manfish called ‘Nereus’; and a winged sea faerie, ‘Oceanic Pixy’.’

‘Celebrated and self-trained, Tampa Bay-based taxidermy artist Juan Cabana has been delighting and disturbing audiences with his strange, lifeless life-forms since 2001. Mermaids are his special fascination, but he presents many variations on this theme. Among the other sinister sea monsters conceived in his workshop: a Cyclops known as ‘Omi’; a massive mammalian-jawed monstrosity, ’Stranded’; a skull-faced manfish called ‘Nereus’; and a winged sea faerie, ‘Oceanic Pixy’.’