Maura Wright

Imagine that the Mediterranean coast collided with Florida in a shocking tectonic shift. French rococo porcelain and Italian majolica pouring into the kitsch beach shops of Sarasota. Maura Wright weds high art to low until we can’t tell the difference, until we feel ourselves acknowledging the staginess of all art, of all life.
The decorative is primarily dissected. Tureens and vessels are draped with laurels, florets, and vignettes. The historically porcelain is purposefully re-crafted in terracotta, grown more expressive in affect, bulged or distorted. It cares two figs (sometimes literally) about what you think.

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