Wedel works with a giant kiln in his Ohio studio, and in fact the scale of the ceramic, porcelain, and stoneware pieces is the first thing viewers will note. Banana Tree (2015), which opens the exhibition on the first floor, is six-feet tall and weighs nearly a ton. Other works are imposing, especially considering their bizarre content—Figure with heads (2015), shows a figure with a blank expression bending over, the figure’s robust buttocks pointed to the sky, protecting (or inspecting) a panoply of severed heads. Nearby, a gold-leaf-plated figure leans on shrubbery with a small child figure lying at his feet. Another figurative sculpture is painted bronze—Wedel’s ceramics often take on the look of other materials.