Adrian Arleo is a ceramic sculptor living outside Missoula, Montana. She studied Art and Anthropology at Pitzer College and received her M.F.A. in ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design.
“For over thirty years, my sculpture has combined human, animal and natural imagery to create a kind of emotional and poetic power. Often there’s a suggestion of a vital interconnection between the human and non-human realms; the imagery arises from associations, concerns and obsessions that are at once intimate and universal. The work frequently references mythology and archetypes in addressing our vulnerability amid changing personal, environmental and political realities. By focussing on older, more mysterious ways of seeing the world, edges of consciousness and deeper levels of awareness suggest themselves.” Adrian Arleo
El Mac just painted on the ground of the Montana Factory in Barcelona, quite close to the Os Gemeos mural that has been there for years. He had all the choices of color in the world, and Mac went black and white… we like that.
We just love this color captures by Thomas Wilfred. These are various pieces of “Recorded Lumia.” Wilfred lived from 1889-1968, and was “a pioneer in developing what he called Lumia, the art of light.” (via)