ARTISTS

Carla Liguori

American b. 1955 Toms River, NJ, based in Bellows Falls, VT

About Carla Liguori

Carla Liguori

Peaceful, (covered vessel)

2016

Terracotta, underglaze, glaze

14 x 10 x 10 in

$195

Carla Liguori

Compass Head meets Twyla Tharp

2013

Terracotta, glaze, orienteering compass

12 x 7 x 4 in

$165

Carla Liguori

Buddha Bunny

2018

Cotton batting, needle felted wool, glass eyes, paper, ribbon, wooden block

8.25 x 4 x 4 in        

Sold

Carla Liguori

Eyes on the Carrot

2018

Needle felted wool, glass eyes, assembled found objects

5 x 3 x 3 in

Sold

Carla Liguori

Twinkle Toes

2016

Needle felted wool, fired clay, acrylics, found metal object

9 x 3 x 3 in             

$115

Carla Liguori

Leap of Faith

2016

Fired terra cotta, glaze, gold acrylics, vintage oil can

6.5 x 2 x 5 in   

Sold

Carla Liguori

Here and Now

2015

Needle felted wool, fired clay, glass eyes, acrylic paint

12 x 4.25 x 4 in        

$195

Carla Liguori

Homage to Sargent's Madame X, covered jar

2015

Fired terra cotta, glaze and underglaze

12 x 5 x 5 in   

Sold

Carla Liguori

The Famous 2 Headed Monkey

2012

Fired terra cotta, underglaze, acrylics, altered found statue

12 x 6 x 4 in            

$275

Carla Liguori

Fish Slapping, Spam and a Copper

2014

Fired terra cotta, needle felted wool, acrylics, paper

11 x 3.25 x 2.5 in   

$200

Carla Liguori

A Roo with Attitude

2014

Fired terra cotta, glaze, underglaze

15 x 5 x 8 in         

Sold

Artist Statement

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“My artistic journey is about humor and humanity: the universal truths of the human condition.  I generally gravitate towards animal and/or human forms when sculpting.  Each piece is about seeing life’s travels from different points of view in a somewhat whimsical way, while capturing the essence of each animal and/or individual.”

-Carla Liguori

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Biography

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Carla Liguori works with the materials of clay, needle felting, found objects, paint, and glazes to create mixed media anthropomorphic sculptures.  

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Liguori’s work is done with humor and candor, and with an attention to details which show aspects of portraiture and art historical commentary.  

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The artist’s use of textile with terra cotta, along with the depiction of delusional unsanctified forms, gives Liguori’s sculptures a twisted whimsy and a “rabbit-hole” of a narrative for the viewer to follow.

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