Beth Cavener Stichte

Beth Cavener Stichter’s animal sculptures in clay combine the natural and the surreal. Her zoomorphic portraits take on a human dimension as they move beyond the physical realm into the psychological. Stichter’s animals are caught up in complex situations which the artist leaves open to interpretation. Her creatures are both portraits of specific individuals, or self-portraits, as well as metaphors for the human condition.

Beth Cavener Stichter melancholic

Beth Cavener Stichter choleric

Beth Cavener Stichter phlegmatic

source:StreetAnatomy

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