This is Kathy Ruttenberg’s first exhibition at Francis M. Naumann Fine Art.
Many of the works in the gallery exhibition—ceramic sculpture and watercolor drawings—served as maquettes or preparatory studies for the larger sculptures: a woman’s arms and legs emerge from a tree trunk holding a mask (a study for All the Word’s a Stage); a male figure with the head of a stag walks arm-and-arm with a half-woman/half-tree (for In Sync); a mermaid sits in an acrylic fishbowl (for Fish Bowl); an armless mouse with gold high-heeled shoes stands atop an acorn squash (for Ms. Mighty Mouse); and an upside-down and unclothed female figure balances a globe at her feet (for Topsy Turvy).
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