Eva Antonini: Figurative Sculpture Permeated by the Marks of Life

An Interview with the Figurative Sculptor

Ardour, Sculpture by Eva Antonini

Eva Antonini was born in Rapperswil, Switzerland and spent much of her formative years there before moving to Geneva in 1981. Her artistic soul tried finding many outlets, through music and dance and even through her studies in linguistics. She traversed many a path, in England, United States, Italy, Middle and Far East. The gems of experience gathered from all these journeys and cultural interactions were collected with care and were tucked away into her heart that later on permeated into the moulds of clay or alabaster that Eva lovingly caressed and cajoled into various forms with her hands. Eva honed her skills under the watchful eyes of the masters in the studios of Oreste and Antonio Quattrini, Giorgio Eros Morandini, Giovanni Cimatti and Ettore Greco. She received honours during International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Florence in 2005. And it was only the beginning. The former student of linguistics has learnt to speak in a language that is all pervading in its sublimity.

Shayna Leib Glass Art: A Playful Poem

An Exclusive Interview with the Glass Artist

Crevice, Glass Sculpture by Shayna Leib

Shayna Leib was ‘seduced by the glamour of glassblowing’ at an early age. She first saw glass art at a tender age of seven. The chance encounter ensued what has turned out to be a lifelong love affair with glass sculpture. In this interview, the artist explains how she soaks in the beauty of the surrounding when kayaking or deep sea diving and uses the mysterious world of the deep blue ocean as a major source of inspiration. Find out more about the artist hidden behind the fascinating glass sculptures.

Nuala O’Donovan Ceramic Art: Visible In Patterns

A Conversation with the Ceramic Sculptor

Teasel Standing, Sculpture by Nuala O'Donovan

Armed with her knowledge of three dimensional design and skills in ceramics Nuala O’Donovan delved into the mystical world of patterns and geometry and found herself merrily lost amidst the treasures of the universe. Every now then she creates ceramic sculptures inspired by the elements of nature blended with the sparkle of her own imagination to have the audience simply gaze at those beautiful creations in sheer amazement. Galileo Galilei in The Assayer (Il Saggiatore) wrote that ‘(The universe) is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures.’ Nuala’s sculptures are apt reproductions directly from the pages of that macrocosmic book.

Clark Goolsby Collage Art: Spontaneous and Unexpected

An Interview with the Collage Artist & Sculptor

In the Distance, Collage art by Clark Goolsby

Born in 1980, Santa Rosa, California and current resident of New York, Clark Goolsby’s imagination has long escaped the velocity to take refugee into the rainbow of the sky that his own hand painted with so much love and care. However, his flights of fancy do not make him apathetic about the concerns of his fellow humankind, the plight of which often intermingle with the intricacy of the design or the bright hues in presentations.

Fenella Elms Ceramic Sculptures: The Uncertainty of Fragility

An Interview with the Ceramic Artist

Wall Mounted, Ceramic Sculpture by Fenella Elms

Born in 1964 it is not until she turned 40 that Fenella Elms’s actively started modelling dreams on potter’s wheel. She was working as an Occupational Therapist for National Health Services then and found it befitting to create structures and patterns using ceramics as a medium. A recipient of Ceramic Review Award for Exceptional, Innovative and Challenging work at Ceramic Art London, Royal College of Art in 2011 Fenella’s work is a narration in ‘fragile permanence’.