by Gerry Mak in New Art on Saturday 8 October 2011
The great thing about skull art is that it takes someone genuinely innovative to make it interesting. Katsuyo Aoki’s intricate, ornate, porcelain skulls are examples of this.
Lindsay Tuesday 11 October 2011
So intricate and so amazing and with such a lesser used media. So fantastic. I’d love to learn how e does it.
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