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Potato Tree With Pink Vines

Sale price$ 3,500


Clay, Slip, Glaze, Various flux Materials, Multiple Firings | 2022

There is a visceral sense of life and time that emanates from Palacios’ new Cave Vessels. Using a method that leans heavily on improvisation, the process is high-touch, working from the inside out, as a root would form in the ground and push up and out. Instinctively, Palacios knows when to stop, when the true form of the piece emerges — it is a kind of alchemy that brings the piece to life from its original state. Across the series, the artist then imagines what the form would look like having been buried in a deep cave structure for hundreds of years. The crystalline surfaces and bold colors of geology have always drawn his attention, and the Cave Vessels, in the end, look very much like something hewn from living cave rock.


11 x 15 inches


Signed by artist.

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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Vince Palacios

Vince Palacios' work has been featured in Architectural Digest and is included in several prominent museum collections including The Long Beach Museum of Art, The American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, The Mint Museum of Craft and Design (North Carolina), and JINRO Cultural Foundation (South Korea). He has spent decades honing and developing a unique approach to the use of glass and ceramic materials as a means of crafting intricate narratives addressing geological process, pyroclastic interaction, and heat/chemical reactions.

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Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
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8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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