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  • Thru Aug. 6
    MARK CHATTERLEY Chatterley’s small- to large-scale sculptures and wall works, all in clay, feature abstracted and beautiful bodies, their surfaces bubbled and pitted with primordial fire. Mark Chatterley’s elegant figures have been described as ethereal and primordial, volcanic and transcendent. Chatterley works from sketches rather than models – to distance himself from specificity and realism – hand building each piece eight inches taller each day, from the feet up, and often working on up to a dozen pieces at one time. Without hair or clothes, his figures are not tied to geography or time period, and become all people by being no specific people. Their subjects are universal. Mark Chatterley received his MFA from Michigan State University in 1981, and has since gone on to exhibit extensively throughout United States and worldwide. His work is held in private and public collections in the United States, Italy, Taiwan, and Korea.

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