Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Sculptor Ronit Baranga was born in Israel, where he still lives and works. Education Ronit, the psychologist, and initially the art of sculpture was only her hobby. Today her work is exhibited in museums and art galleries around the world.

At first glance, the work of Israeli sculptor may seem a little intimidating: the usual dishes, the woman was awarded a very human sense organs — mouths, fingers and eyes.

"I'm trying to change the way we are accustomed to thinking of practical dishes."

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from youIsraeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from youIsraeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from youIsraeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Israeli sculptor creates ceramic tableware that can run away from you

Other works of Ronit Baranga:

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From the series "the Caretakers of the cemetery".

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"Tree of life".

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Keywords: Israel | Unusual | Pottery | Sculptor | Sculpture

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