Gallery > Where Are The Wild Things?

porcelain sleeping kitten sculpture by Bethany Krull
porcelain
8"h x 4"w x 3.5"d
2017
$875
porcelain sleeping kitten sculpture by Bethany Krull
porcelain
8"h x 4"w x 3.5"d
2017
$875
porcelain horse fetus in a womb of flowers sculpture by bethany krull
porcelain, artificial flower
18"h x 23"w x 7"d
2015
$1800
porcelain horse fetus in a womb of flowers sculpture by bethany krull
porcelain, wood, artificial flowers
18"h x 23"w x 7"d
2015
$1800
paper mache chameleon sculpture on a yellow chair by Bethany Krull
paper mache, paint, glass marbles, found chair
42"h x 18"w x 18"D
2019
$3575
paper mache chameleon sculpture on a yellow chair by Bethany Krull
paper mache, paint, glass marbles, found chair
42"h x 18"w x 18"D
2019
$3575
bird fetus in an egg sculpture by Bethany Krull
porcelain, wood, paint
13" h x 7"d x 5"w
2014
$800
Surrogate (birdy topiary)
porcelain, paper
24"H x 10"W x 10"D
2014
$1800
Surrogate (birdy topiary) detail
porcelain, paper
2012
$1800
Surrogate (ducky ducky) SOLD
porcelain
5.5"H x 8"W x 5"D
2014
bird sculpture by bethany krull
porcelain, wood, steel, cedar mulch
51"H x 30"W x 30"D
2014
$2550
bird sculpture by bethany krull
porcelain, wood, steel, cedar mulch
51"H x 30"W x30"D
2013
$2550
Precious Pests
porcelain, clothesline, squirrel-print pillow cases, artificial flower
2018
$2650
Precious Pests
porcelain, clothesline, squirrel-print pillow cases, artificial flower
2018
$2650
Pretty Please
porcelain, paper
22"H x 9'Wx14'D
Embedded (SOLD)
porcelain, wood, concrete, synthetic grass
7"H x 13"W x 9"D
2014
cat skeleton marionette by bethany krull
porcelain, wood, steel, string
24"H x 20"W x 10"D
2014
$1500
mailbox with nesting birds sculpture by Bethany Krull
porcelain, wood, concrete, hay
55"H x 10"W x 15"D
2013
$3575
dead rat in a shoebox sculpture by Bethany Krull
porcelain, shoebox, wood veneer, polysilk fabric
13"H x 15x 10"D
2013
$900
rocking horse sculpture by bethany krull
porcelain, wood
51"H 60'W x 28D
2014
Elephant Topiary (SOLD)
earthenware, steel wire, paper
60"H x 72"W x 36"D
2014

Where are the Wild Things?, investigates the integration of non-human animals into our own built environments, specifically the home and its surroundings. The home can be seen as a place that functions to hold nature at bay, keeping everything wild and unpredictable outside its walls. However, there are always creatures that find their way in and take up residence whether unwanted or invited. Although humans take great measures to separate themselves from nature, and to keep the “pests” away, we also cannot resist the need to be connected to that which we came from ourselves. In and around our homes the evidence of both our unease and our desire to be connected to the natural world is everywhere, however contrived and controlled it may be.