Marina Suzdaltseva, Unprotected Touch

These works are dedicated to the all that has happened in recent months.

The first one is called “Unprotected Touch.”  Touching people and the objects around us is very important.  They make us closer to each other, make us part of this world.  A person deprived of the possibility of touch, loses one of the feelings with which he understands this world.With this work, I wanted to show that a protected touch keeps not only a virus at a distance, but about a person from the world around him.

Ceramic, armature, wood, polymer gypsum. 38 cm

The second work called “Breathing through”. It is about representation all feelings and emotions we all felt during the under lockdown.

Ceramic, metal base. 35 cm

Marina Suzdaltseva

I am self-taught sculptor and work with small form sculptures and art doll creating since 2010. I had started working with textile sculpting,but now mainly work with polymeric, air-dry clay, ceramic, porcelain. All of my artworks are made with no use molds or pre-made forms.

So fare I have made more than 80 unique artworks, which now belong to private collections and exhibits all around the globe.I have been awarded in International Competitions (Germany,Czech Republic and Russia) and have taken place in many art-based exhibitions and events in art galleries in Greece and other countries.