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World’s Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2017- One Eyeland... crss

World’s Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2017- One Eyeland Magazine More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine : Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew Cross Connect is a proud partner of the Minuscule community network crss

World’s Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2017- One Eyeland...

World’s Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2017- One Eyeland Magazine More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine : Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew Cross Connect is a proud partner of the Minuscule community network

crossconnectmag: Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday  “I like... crss

Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday crossconnectmag : Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday  “I like to take something microscopic and remake it as large as possible”  Based in Jersey City, her creation process focuses on nature and science-inspired sculptures. Her art is related to her childhood, when she played alone in the woods, combing the ground for fossils and hiding in hollowed out trees. She is known for meticulous craftsmanship and the inventiveness with which she explores the outer limits of her materials. Her expert use of hand building techniques renders each work she makes unique. Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art crss

crossconnectmag: Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday  “I like...

Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday crossconnectmag : Ceramic sculptures by Pamela Sunday  “I like to take something microscopic and remake it as large as possible”  Based in Jersey City, her creation process focuses on nature and science-inspired sculptures. Her art is related to her childhood, when she played alone in the woods, combing the ground for fossils and hiding in hollowed out trees. She is known for meticulous craftsmanship and the inventiveness with which she explores the outer limits of her materials. Her expert use of hand building techniques renders each work she makes unique. Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art