Ceramic vessel by Italian-born artist sculptor /architect Paolo Soleri who studied at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West. Modernist Paolo Soleri Brutalist Ceramic Vessel. This vessel has it all its organic, biomorphic, and abstract.
This is a stunning example of his work. One side appears to show an abstract animal on one side with exaggerated eyes and a bird on the other side with the same exaggerated eyes. Widely known for his bells and wind chimes, he also built buildings, and did ceramics.
Dimensions: 6.5 L x 6.25 W x 5.5 H
About the Designer:
Paolo Soleri was an Italian-born American architect. He established the educational Cosanti Foundation and Arcosanti. Soleri was a lecturer in the College of Architecture at Arizona State University and a National Design Award recipient in 2006. He coined the concept of 'arcology' – a synthesis of architecture and ecology as the philosophy of democratic society. He died at home of natural causes on 9 April 2013 at the age of 93.