Christsonthy Drellos

graphic, left bracketMy work has a direct correlation with my thoughts and ideas. I use clay as a way to open up the subject of femininity in today’s society. The negative connotations that follow certain ideas of femininity, as well as the restrictions that are placed on women interest me. As a ceramicist, I enjoy creating a separate, personal space of my own through installation art. In my work I strive to relate to a viewer’s own personal experience by expressing subjects that we all encounter in everyday life, while at the same time referring to a past that still affects us in today’s society.graphic, left bracket
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Mother
2009, porcelain
3 x 4”


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