Man of La Mancha Sculpture

Man of La Mancha Sculpture Head Here we have another fine sculptured head from Rick Siegel’s head collection. Created with standard Spanish red clay from Manises, Spain and cooked at 980 degrees Celsius this sculpture from Rick Siegel’s yearly head collection features his version of Man of La Mancha. It has an white enamel  used for sealing coffee cups and other items to be used for liquids. The project was

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See No Evil – Sculpture

See No Evil Sculpture by Rick Siegel from the 2018 collection. This is part of Siegel’s small head designs and sculptures and represents the theme of see no evil. Avant-garde representation done in Spanish chamotte clay with small stones baked at high temperature to give this item more strength and then enamel is applied and baked again at a lower temperature of about 980C. Once again I started with a

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Town Living (Vida Del Pueblo)

Town Living Vida del Pueblo by: Richard Siegel Living in town represents a work depicting life in cities. People living one on top of the other. Dimensions of Work: 22cm x 20cm (8.5″ x 8″) x 24cm height (9.5″) 4.8kg Weight Materials: Red Clay Variety of engobe colors Clear lacquer Signed “Rick” dated  (2016) About the artist: This work passed 3 times into an oven, each time 24 hours. Twice

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Royal Walker – Ceramic Work

Royal Walker – Ceramic Work With his regal face, straight stature this bizarre avant-garde work of art is something to make any collection stand out. The crown of the king is threaded with color fiber optic that can be connected to a simple battery and lit up for night or dark display purposes. Siegel’s use of fiber optics in his ceramic works started in 2013 and several pieces use this

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Man Against The Wind

Man Against the Wind Sculpture by: Richard Siegel 2015 Against the Wind is a ceramic work created as an exercise in creating motion in a ceramic work of art. The work shows a man blown by strong winds as he works hard to make his way down a stone strewn road. Dimensions: The work is 45cm (17 inches) length 42cm height 25cm (9 3/4 inches) width Materials and Techniques: Barra

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Forms – Ceramic Sculpture

Forms is an avant-garde ceramic work combining imagery worked into forms which stretch the imagination with the use of known and unknown shapes and direction. Using the best Valenciano clays, Spanish engobe coloring, cuerda seca lacquers, and plastic add on forms. This work of art takes the senses on a trip through the known and comforting to the unknown and uncomfortable combining . Dimensions: The work is 53cm (20 3/4

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Chained To Love – Encadenados Por Amor

Chained To Love – Encadenados Por Amor by Rick Siegel Copyright 2015 Created with a course grey clay from the River Turia this work takes a common everyday item and entwines it with love. Creating relationships to a special commonality joining the banal to the sublime. Formed with clay are 2 tow hooks, similar to what a tow truck would be using, with symbolic heads. Through the holes to hold

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The Wave – Ceramic Sculpture by Richard Siegel

The Wave Here is a ceramic sculpture that captures the imagination. Motion, life, and body mold into one wave formation. Water rises to the apex where it comes back in the form of the earthly hand to take the crystal ball of the future into its’ grasp.

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