Annette Defoort

I am a self-taught artist who doesn't care about any trend or fashion in art. That's the essence of my work: two hands in the strength of the earth.

I constantly stay close to the earth, close to the basis and each time new variations of elementary forms full of dynamism and movement arise from this same earth, this ground, this clay.

My art consists in arbitrarily joining together different slices of clay which were cut into pieces. I build up the sculpture from the inside. I try to treat the clay as seldom as possible from the outside. My sculptures are archetypes of people and animals.

Spontaneity takes control of the process so that the sculpture builds itself without much interfering by myself.
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Suzan Hamer


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