This one-of-a-kind clay wall charger with a still life scene of florals and fruits was hand crafted and hand painted by important Texas artist, Katie Pell (1965-2019)
It is a quality piece that weighs 14 lbs. and measures 21" in diameter. Hang it on the wall (ready to hang) or place it on a table as an eye catching centerpiece. The piece sits about 2" high on its foot when placed as a table centerpiece. It's a stunning versatile piece of art by an extraordinary woman!
Pell was born and raised in Wilmington, DE., received a BFA in painting from Rhode Island School of Design. Later in life, Pell received an MFA from University of Texas at San Antonio. She had lived and worked in San Antonio since 1995. She worked with glass, ceramic, video and recycled materials of all sorts.
Her artwork is in the permanent collections of the McNay Museum, New Museum, San Antonio Museum of Art, and Linda Pace Foundation. Pell has held residencies at Anderson Ranch, Artpace and Pilchuck Glass School, as well as public art commissions throughout San Antonio. In 2018, she exhibited her work at Columbia Museum of Art, SC in an exhibition titled, “Something’s Happening; The Big Art of Katie Pell.”
Purchased directly from the artist at the Texas Clay Festival in the Gruene Historical District of New Braunfels, Texas.
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