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Visiting the Rodin and the room about Camille Claudel I was reminded how often I have thought of her small sculptures and the containing environments she placed her sculpted figures in. I think the impulse to locate her figures in sculpted environments must have been in part because society at the time didn’t create an adequate space for her to be a sculptor in. She was always looking in from the outside while Rodin’s career soared. I was so excited when I saw her name on a wall in Tate and the possibility some of her works might be in the show (sadly, no) 
These pics were taken in 2017 on a visit to the Rodin Museum in Paris 
1. Camille Claudel, The Wave, 1897-1903
2. Camille Claudel, The Gossips, 1897
both carved from onyx marble 

#museerodin #camilleclaudel #rodin #augustrodin #onyxmarble #sculpturebywomen #womenartists #womensculptors
Visiting the Rodin and the room about Camille Claudel I was reminded how often I have thought of her small sculptures and the containing environments she placed her sculpted figures in. I think the impulse to locate her figures in sculpted environments must have been in part because society at the time didn’t create an adequate space for her to be a sculptor in. She was always looking in from the outside while Rodin’s career soared. I was so excited when I saw her name on a wall in Tate and the possibility some of her works might be in the show (sadly, no) 
These pics were taken in 2017 on a visit to the Rodin Museum in Paris 
1. Camille Claudel, The Wave, 1897-1903
2. Camille Claudel, The Gossips, 1897
both carved from onyx marble 

#museerodin #camilleclaudel #rodin #augustrodin #onyxmarble #sculpturebywomen #womenartists #womensculptors

Visiting the Rodin and the room about Camille Claudel I was reminded how often I have thought of her small sculptures and the containing environments she placed her sculpted figures in. I think the impulse to locate her figures in sculpted environments must have been in part because society at the time didn’t create an adequate space for her to be a sculptor in. She was always looking in from the outside while Rodin’s career soared. I was so excited when I saw her name on a wall in Tate and the possibility some of her works might be in the show (sadly, no)
These pics were taken in 2017 on a visit to the Rodin Museum in Paris
1. Camille Claudel, The Wave, 1897-1903
2. Camille Claudel, The Gossips, 1897
both carved from onyx marble

#museerodin #camilleclaudel #rodin #augustrodin #onyxmarble #sculpturebywomen #womenartists #womensculptors

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Thinking about The End
2021

Painted ceramic, mild steel

Thinking about The End
2021

Painted ceramic, mild steel

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Man in the Bed, 2021
Painted ceramic and mild steel
Man in the Bed, 2021
Painted ceramic and mild steel

Man in the Bed, 2021
Painted ceramic and mild steel

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My Body My Name, 2021

Painted ceramic

My Body My Name, 2021

Painted ceramic

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Memory of a Spanish Lobe, 2021

Painted ceramic 

Photo John McKenzie

Memory of a Spanish Lobe, 2021

Painted ceramic

Photo John McKenzie

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Talk It Out, 2021

Glass, muslin, painted ceramic and wood

Photo by John McKenzie

Talk It Out, 2021

Glass, muslin, painted ceramic and wood

Photo by John McKenzie

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