Final Pieces: Lindsay Pichaske

For the month of January we have been featuring Artist-in-Residence Lindsay Pichaske. For her final blog post, we wanted to share some of her amazing work. If you have any questions for Lindsay or want to find out more about her work, you can stop by her studio in room 314B at Maryland Hall on the third floor.

The One That Stayed
Low fire ceramic, putty epoxy, molted chicken feathers, flocking, charcoal, paint, iron rod
45" x 26" x 12"

Darwin's Muse
Low-fire ceramic, 26190 sequins, paint
24" x 16" x 20"

The Long Thaw
Low-fire ceramic, hand-dyed artificial flower petals, paint, resin
35" x 25" x 10"

Quiver, Quake and Cinder
Low-fire ceramic, paint
13" x 7" x 13" each

Furl
Low-fire ceramic, dyed ropes, cloth, wood, paint

The Hare
Low fire ceramic, string, paint
13" x 26" x 16"

 

 

For more information about Lindsay, visit her Artist-in-Residence profile

This is part of an ongoing monthly series featuring a Maryland Hall Artist-in-Residence (AIR). Check Maryland Hall's website every week for a new post. Each month we will feature a different AIR. Click here to visit the Maryland Hall AIR page.