Dear, I Lobo You readers, Christopher David White’s artwork looks like wood to you, right? They’re all actually ceramic sculptures. Impressed? Then wait until you see what we have to show you, it’s utterly amazing and you’ll love it!
ARTICLE ORIGINALLY POSTED ON NOVEMBER 20, 2018
Too Hot To Handle
With an impressive and one-of-a-kind attention to details, the artist’s ceramic sculptures resemble decaying pieces of wood, rusted metal, and other objects in various stages of deterioration. It’s case to say that the artist’s ceramic art explores the beauty in what was thought to be ugly.
Good Til’ The Last Drop
Christopher David White is a trompe l’oeil sculptor that through his hyperrealism art explores the relationship between humanity and nature and how both are connected and in a constant growth and decay.
The repercussions from the human being’s actions are endangering our survival. That’s what the contemporary artist has been trying to make people aware of with his ceramic art. White’s current work explores the connection that humans have with nature, and how deep this relationship goes. Our daily interactions severely affect the balance between humanity and the environment.
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How do we interact with and perceive the world around us? Those are the points that the artist is trying to make through his pieces.
“Our biological patterns are echoed throughout the universe, from the micro to the macro, from our DNA to the cosmos. Yet we have created barriers between ourselves and nature. We have placed ourselves into opposition with this world that sustains us. We have become outsiders to everything that makes us who we are.” Christopher David White’s statement on his website.