Borrowed Hands and Artificial Flowers
Critical Ceramics Review by Dana Padgett
Woest has created a contemplative passageway lined with dozens of identical greenware hands perched in neat, orderly rows. Although cast from a mold, palms open and twice life-size, their sturdiness combined with the delicate patterns etched on some of the palms and fingertips makes them strangely singular...
Follow the sub-menu for Borrowed Hands on the left sidebar menu to read the entire essay written by Dana Padgett, Art History Professor, University of Houston.