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Elephants

About this project

Elephants are a significant symbol within my religion, and my fascination with them continuously grows within my artwork. The species are known as gentle giants that exhume beauty and intelligence. However, in modern society they face great threats to their survival.  Through my work I strive to entice people to see their beauty but also their fragility and donate a percentage of my profits to charities who do invaluable work to protect this magnificent species that I hold close to my heart.

Pricing

£270 — £2500

Keywords

ceramic, sculpture, handbuilt, asian elephant, wildlife

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
'Maharaja and his friends'
Photographer: Signal House Studio
This sculpture is made of terracota and is an assemblage of various media and techniques.
'Mahesh, Nirav & Gargi'
Photographer: Signal House Studio
This is a group of three elephants all differing in patterns and colours but stand nicely in a herd.
'Rajiv'
Photographer: Signal House Studio
This is a playful sculpture where a bird sits upon an elephants' back and has collected something shiny!
'Hathi ki Sawari'
Photographer: Signal House Studio
This is a portrayal of the two most loved animals in India; an elephant and a monkey.
'Suraj'
Photographer: Signal House Stdio
This monochrome sculpture of an elephant has been created in paper-clay to highlight the use of pattern and texture.

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