This iridescent glazed ceramic landscape sculpture was created by Ira Winarsky in 2010. It is a one-of-a-kind.
Sculptor and artist Winarsky (1942-2015) spent the last 25 years of his life focused on exploring the potential of ceramic. Using clay as a fine art medium, he obsessively worked to perfect the difficult and temperamental process of creating iridescent lustre glazes in order to capture in sculpture the colors of nature, from the delicate prism of a peacock feather to the the shimmering reflection of a sunset on water and the atmospheric effects of hills and valleys seen from miles away. He was a Professor at the University of Florida who received his MFA in Sculpture from Temple University's Tyler School of Art.
Iridescent glazed ceramic
27" x 12.25" x 6.75"