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Bonnie Seeman - Duane Reed Gallery
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Bonnie Seeman grew up in Miami, Florida with a propensity towards anatomy illustration and the dazzling colors and rich foliage of the Miami landscape. Developing her technique with porcelain and glass, Seeman channeled this inspiration; the resulting vessels are beautiful and machabre combinations of anatomical …

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Bonnie Seeman creates ceramics resembling muscles, human organs, and plants, subverting the medium’s traditional use for functional household objects. “The work […] is based on utilitarian ceramics,” she says. “Many of my influences come directly from my environment.” Seeman’s predilection for gorily biomorphic forms stems both from a desire to explore the natural world through the everyday, and from close personal experiences of illness and loss, which “affected the way in which [she thinks] about life, death, and the struggle for survival,” she has said.

Selected exhibitions
2021
Bonnie SeemanDuane Reed Gallery
2019
Summer Group ShowDuane Reed Gallery
Bonnie SeemanDuane Reed Gallery
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Vase Form, 2008

Colored Porcelain, Glass, Glaze
16 × 9 × 9 in
40.6 × 22.9 × 22.9 cm
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$12,000
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St. Louis
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Bonnie Seeman grew up in Miami, Florida with a propensity towards anatomy illustration and the …

Medium
Condition
New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included (issued by gallery)
Frame
Not included

Bonnie Seeman creates ceramics resembling muscles, human organs, and plants, subverting the medium’s traditional use for functional household objects. “The work […] is based on utilitarian ceramics,” she says. “Many of my influences come directly from my environment.” Seeman’s predilection for gorily biomorphic forms stems both from a desire to explore the natural world through the everyday, and from close personal experiences of illness and loss, which “affected the way in which [she thinks] about life, death, and the struggle for survival,” she has said.

Selected exhibitions (3)
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