Size: 6.5’’x 15.5’’x 6.5’’
Plexiglass, fired earth from the grave of the artist’s father, topsoil from the garden of the artist’s mother, ceramic gourds (clay, glaze, cement, corks, mementos from dead people, foodstuffs, libations)
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As an artist, Anthony Stellaccio acknowledges where loss and art combine to create beauty in objects. Often inspired by utilizing natural and found objects, he has created a thoughtful mixed media piece that uses the ash of burned childhood toys and ceramic gourds. Measuring 6.5”x15.5”x6.5”, this contemporary sculpture is a set of conjoined plexiglass boxes that each house ashes and gourds. The ceramic gourds are created using clay, glaze, cement, corks, mementos from dead people, foodstuffs, and libations.