Gallery > Remnants of Extinction

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porcelain
11"H x 12"w x 9"d
$1800
turtle shell sculpture with artificial flora, bone sculpture by Bethany Krull
ceramic, artificial flora
10"h x 8"w x 5"d
2020
$1150
vertebra scultpture, bone sculpture with artificial flora by Bethany Krull
ceramic, artificial flora
8"h x 12"w x 5"D
2020
$1375
crab remnant, bone sculpture with artificial flowers by Bethany Krull
porcelain, artificial flora
12"h x 11"w x 7"D
2020
$1500
ceramic femur sculpture with artificial flowers by Bethany Krull
ceramic, artificial flora
4"h x 19"W x 3"D
2019
$1175
human femur ceramic sculpture with artificial flora by bethany krull
ceramic, artificial flora
4"h x 19"W x 3"D
2019
$1175
capsized porcelain turtle sculpture with artificial grass by Bethany Krull
porcelain, artificial grass
13"h x 18"w x 12"D
2019
$2850
human jaw ceramic sculpture by Bethany Krull
ceramic, glaze, artificial flora
3.5"h x 5"w x 4"D
2020
Bone art with artificial flowers by Bethany Krull
ceramic, glaze, artificial flowers
5"h x 9"w x 3"d
2020
Remnant of Extinction, Snail Study (SOLD)
porcelain, paint, artificial grass, concrete
7"H x 6"W x 5"D
2017

This work derives from my musings on the Anthropocene, the current geological age where the most significant factor effecting environment and climate is human activity. I can’t help but wonder what we are leaving behind…what happens when the soft parts of a body fade away after death? It seems that when flesh gets consumed by the environment it is drawn up and reincorporated into new growth of new species. In that way extinction can be not only an end, but a beginning.