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Delicate porcelain sculptures of cross-cut pods encased with seeds and other vegetables by Sally Kent

Melbourne-based contemporary ceramic artist Sally Kent highlights the fragility and vulnerability of nature through gorgeous and delicate porcelain sculptures of cross-cut pods encased with seeds and other fruits and vegetables.

Her work explores the fragility and vulnerability of nature, earth and the body. She evokes archetypal symbolic imagery and representations of birth, death and renewal to reveal our unseen spiritual and emotional internal worlds.

Sally Kent

More info: Website, Instagram (h/t: Colossal).

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Curated by Leandro Limolive

CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

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