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Maxwell Critter / Beastie

Cute little beasite, but has the tips of his horns broken off, not super noticeable unless you know. The animal sculptures that many collectors fondly refer to as “critters” or “beasties” came about in graduate school as a “happy accident.” When a wheel-thrown vase didn’t work out, Maxwell employed his fertile imagination and sense of humor and transformed a misstep into an animal—an animal the likes of which had never been seen before. These critters soon multiplied and eventually became a signature style, one that continues to fascinate the many collectors of his work.


Samantha
Robert Maxwell [ bio : items by ]
Ceramics
60s
Ceramic
Brown
Earthy
Damaged
06/01/2014

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Maxwell Critter / Beastie



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