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The «vehicle» of clay by Jacquline Hurlbert

 

There is madness in the world! The external world is «sick», suffering from diseases of the mind and soul giving a daily prevalence of the strongest race. Jacqueline Hurlbert has understood very well all this and her clay acts as the tamer of her spirit and soul. It’s her vehicle for her course in meditation and at the same time the object through which she expresses her feelings.

Jackie Hurlbert grew up on the plains of Nebraska, in a landscape which enhanced her imagination and her tendency to deal with the arts. Her inspiration begins from her inner rich world of creating human figures with highly symbolic implications.

Women with neutral face and expressive hair …

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Mutant figures in contact with nature …

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Spindly forms with unnatural proportions …

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Hearts small, large, with spines and feathers …

And faces staring us almost expressionless or with questions ..

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The vehicle of Jacquline Hurlbert is a bit quirky, but in the end it has the capacity and the ability to travel us to her magical world.

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Thak you Jacquline Hurlbert!


Written by: Elftheria Vonaparti – Translated by: Gretel Athanasiou

 

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