Art: Shary Boyle’s miniature sculptures

You might call a porcelain sculpture holding its own head a bit morbid, but the work of Canadian artist Shary Boyle is definitely outstanding.

A selection of her miniature sculptures from the last seven years is currently on display at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Ontario.

More information on her work at Shary Boyle’s web site.


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link to Shary Boyle web site





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