Haven of the deranged
Let thy madness crush thou soul.
Haven of the deranged
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novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
novalidole:

jessica harrison: dark ceramics
mixed media while the tradition of decorative ceramic figurines is filled with beauty and serenity, UK-based ceramic artist jessica harrisontakes a decidedly darker approach. her recent ceramic work uses this tradition as a starting point, subverting it through the addition of morbid imagery such as skulls and blood. in the piece ‘emily’, a reclining female is quite tranquil until you look closer at its face, which appears to have been completely removed leaving only the skull and a dangling eyeball. in the standing figure  ‘maria’, a beautiful white dress is covered in blood as the woman holds her own guts.
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shes-breakingdown:

blog for the broken hearted and the broken minded xx
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