Three-dimensional porcelain "wallpaper" by Beth Katleman

Beth Katleman Folly - I find the Beth Katleman Folly art installation particularly spectacular.

Beth Katleman Exhibition Archives - Greenwich House

three-dimensional porcelain wallpaper: Folly by Beth Katleman / Flora and Fauna, MAD about Nature / Museum of Arts and Design / / 2 Columbus Circle

Beth Katleman’s sculptures have been described by Ken Johnson in the New York Times as “doll-sized rococo theaters of murder and domestic mayhem.” Her ornate, floating, porcelain installations examine themes of consumption and desire, inspired by porcelain rooms in Europe and 18th century garden design. Check out a video right here. —Ellie

Folly, (detail), 2010 Porcelain, wire, steel rods and heat-shrink tubing 69 x 96 x 11 inches

The Enchanted Hunters: Wood Nymph, 2015 by Beth Katleman

The Enchanted Hunters: Wood Nymph, 2015 by Beth Katleman

modern toile de jouy fabric

Brooklyn Life Shower Curtain – AphroChic – Modern Home Decor, African American & Global Accessories for Contemporary Spaces with Modern Soulful Style

Beth Katleman's sculptures and installations combine rococo decoration with icons from popular culture. Beth uses 1950's squeaky toys, corporate mascots, miniature buildings, cartoon characters and dolls which she finds in secondhand thrift stores and flea markets. These trinkets are cast in clay and reinvented as bizarre porcelain objects.

Beth Katleman's sculptures and installations combine rococo decoration with icons from popular culture.

Beth Katleman, 'Hostile Nature,' 2014, Todd Merrill Studio

Available for sale from Todd Merrill Studio, Beth Katleman, Hostile Nature Porcelain and wire, 96 × 70 × 5 in

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