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Mark Chatterley

Michigan artist, Mark Chatterley's ritualistic and figurative images of high-fired stoneware with volcanic glazes are resonating and vibrating signposts in life's journey.

Chatterly uses the single figure and stacking constructions to question our assumptions about the source of artistic inspiration. Chatterly defines the borders of his perceptions by asking "Are we a product of our past memories, or can the human mind transcend time and recall images not of this body?"

Mark Chatterley deals with large scale sculptural ceramic pieces, ranging in height from one to eight feet. The works can be placed indoors or outdoors and can withstand the extremes of the elements. Surfaces range from shining metallic to a crusty volcanic-like texture, giving the appearance of weathered stone or rusted metal.

Mark Chatterley's work is in private collections and museums throughout the United States.


Mark Chatterley

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The Sin Eaters
High-Fired Stoneware
6' x 6' x 5'
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The Sin Eaters
High-Fired Stoneware
6' x 6' x 5'
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Two Women
High-Fired Stoneware
80" x -' x -'
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Human Monoliths
High-Fired Stoneware
6 1/2' x -' x -'
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Human Monoliths
High-Fired Stoneware
6 1/2' x -' x -'
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Head Series
High-Fired Stoneware
84" x 97" x 72"
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Figure Study
High-Fired Stoneware
86" x 75" x 68"
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Seven Variations of an Artist's Muse
High-Fired Stoneware
~6 1/2' x -' x -'
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Seven Variations of an Artist's Muse
High-Fired Stoneware
~6 1/2' x -' x -'
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