Ceramics on the basis of different glaze, oxide and firing techniques.
dated 2013 until 2021
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Harajuku is quite a large district in Tokyo that is actually mainly known as the fashion district in Japan, but offers much more than just that!
The world keeps on turnig Volvitur Mundus (Latin)
Her hair and part of her necklace are made of wood.
South African woman
A woman's passion is her greatest strength.
If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.
Your joy is the source of your smile.
Inspired by the extraordinary Tribel people of the Omo valley
The Himba woman rub themselves with otjize, a mixture of goat fat, herbs and ocher. The ocher gives the women the typical red color.
When all you have is nature to express your creativity and unique self.
Mursi tribe Ethiopia.
Circles of life.
All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.
There is no exquisite beauty without some strangeness in the proportion.
Quote: There is always something to be thankful for.
Delft blue is famous for its tiles, pharmacy bottles, decorative plates, vases, candlesticks and crockery. Now my challenge was to create a sculpture in Delft blue.
Portrait of a young Dassanech woman, wearing bottle caps.
The Dassanech women make the most beautiful jewellry out of waste.
Different people of Afrika.
The principles of true art is not to portray, but to evoke
Woman of West- Afrika
Young woman from the Omo valley
Assembled African sculpture of a lady in the famous Delft bleu colors
Sculpture of Fulani woman from Mali
Sculpture inspired by the people of the Omo valley
Sculpture of an Ethiopian woman.
Sculpture of West African woman
The Dassanech tribe in the Omo valley in Ethiopia are the definition of making stunning headdresses out of unwanted bottle caps.
Moonlight is sculpture Sunligt is painting. Sculpture
Colorful traditional tribes, including the Mursi, live in the Omo Valley. They dye their faces and bodies to protect themselves from the bright rays of the sun.
Dassanech tribe woman
Sculpture with bottle cap crown. The Dassanech people collect the caps of the coca and beers in the bars of Omoorate and make wigs with them.
Wabi stands for simplicity, impartiality and calm. Sabi means you do not resist change , but accepted it as a natural part of life.
The happy Buddha or the Buddha Fat belly originated in China . In China they call him Pu- Tai and in Japanese Hotei.
Symbolism of the owl, totem animal that stands for wisdom, knowledge, contemplation, diplomacy, hermit, silence, magic and decay.
Not in our heads but in our hearts lies the power, that leads us to great deeds.
Sculpture Omo valley.
Tribel African inspired face paint
Sculpture inspired by the people of the Ethiopian Omo valley
Sculpture inspired by the Mursi, Suri, Hamer en Kurma tribes of the Omo valley in Ethiopie.
Sculpture African woman
The project Mutual Art Inspiration from Terra Art Projects.
Comment from Ejoh (Nigerian artist)
Lilian, your sculptures look alive. The one titled MEMORIES brings to mind an Yaadein Hindi word, meaning pleadings. When I leave your country,
my head will be full of memories (Yaadein) and this I so much look forward to.
The figure has a hat on and this you will see me do throughout my stay in Holland and you know what, this figure somehow looks like me !!
Quote of Leonardo da Vinci: The sun has never seen a schadow.
Sculpture inspired on the people from the Omo Valley.
Remains one of the wildest places in Africa. The beauty of the Surma and Mursi tribes, who share a taste for body painting and extravagant decorations borrowed from nature.
Sculpture of Chinese warlord, modified with oxides.
Sculpture raku fired
Because homosexuality is still not widely accepted, it remais difficult for many gays to assess their orientation to share with the outside world.
Equal love equal rights.