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PEOPLE I’D LIKE TO MEET, Ceramic, As Installed in Gallery 924 at the Indianapolis Arts Council
Ceramic
4'w x 5'h
2020
PEOPLE I’D LIKE TO MEET (Detail)  Individually these tiles are approximately 3" x 4", low relief figurative sculptures.
Ceramic, Nylon Rope, Wire, Steel
3" w x 4" h x 1" d
2020
CATCH & RELEASE, 2022, Ceramic, Nylon Rope, Wire, Steel 2 ft. w x 6 ft. h Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free...
Ceramic, Nylon Rope, Wire, Steel
2 ft. w x 6 ft. h
2022
Gun violence is now the leading cause of death for all children and teens ages 1 – 19 (Nationwide) 2022
Vintage scale, ceramic
13" w x 13" h x 8" d
2022
68,000 — The number of guns recovered from crime scenes in 2020
Vintage scale, ceramic, spent bullet shells
2022
Compared to males in the work force white women earn 83¢ on the dollar, Black women earn 62¢, and Latina women earn 57¢
Vintage scale, ceramic
2022
The people suffer when leaders fight.
Vintage scale, ceramic
2022
PROFILING, Looking past profiling to see the beauty and diversity in humanity.
Ceramic, paper, wood
12 ft. w x 4 ft. h
2022
Detail of Profiling, Flower - Black Man with halo
ceramic, paper, gold leaf
3.5" w x 3.5" h x .5" d
2022
(Detail) Profiling Look past profiling to see the beauty and diversity in humanity.
Ceramic and paper
3.5" w x 3.5" h x .5" d
2022
(Detail) Profiling, Looking past profiling to see the beauty and diversity in humanity.
Ceramic and paper
3.5" w x 3.5" h x .5" d
2022
(Detail) Profiling, Looking past profiling to see the beauty and diversity in humanity.
Ceramic and paper
3.5" w x 3.5" h x .5" d
2022
(Detail) Profiling, Looking past profiling to see the beauty and diversity in humanity.
ceramic and paper
3.5" w x 3.5" h x .5" d
2022
LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, is said to be guaranteed to all, if it doesn't infringe on the rights of others.
Mixed media
7 ft x 3 ft x 5 " d
2022
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Sticks and Stones
Ceramic and Wire
12" x 7" x 7"
ceramic, Sculpture, Artist Katrina J Murray, Indianapolis, Indiana
Ceramic
2019

This body of work began during the 2020 pandemic and represents the need to interact with people and see their faces. As well as a reflection on our tumultuous time as a nation through the following years. This is an ongoing body of work.
©Katrina J. Murray