New from Scott Radke is Raccoon #2, a new, whimsical clay sculpture. Covered in sprayed burlap and featuring a hand painted clay face, the freestanding Raccoon #2 (here’s #1) stands 18″ and is 13″ wide.
He’s available on Scott’s site as we speak. Shoot him a line at email@example.com to make adoption arrangements!
New from Scott Radke is an ensemble of three hauntingly beautiful ladies who are now available for purchase. Looking pretty in pink, each whimsical sprite is crafted from burlap, clay and twigs and stands about 26″ high. For pricing and availability, contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a little over one month, Scott Radke has wrapped up his second totem commission, this one going out to actress/producer Nathalie Rheims. Standing an astonishing 6’9″ (81″) tall, the sculpture is crafted from clay and burlap. These just keep getting better; peep the gallery below for close-ups of these enchanting creatures.
Yeah, so like I was saying: Scott Radke doesn’t waste any time. Following last week’s teasers of his second totem commission for actress/producer Nathalie Rheims, comes the next (and final) creatures for the piece, which look to be a rabbit and goddess. I love the movement of this piece and the liveliness of these creatures despite the totem being a static sculpture. The hunch of the raccoon from all of the weight, the goddess teetering on top … just incredible. Very excited to see it all painted up. More photos to come!
Wow. A week after Scott Radke shipped out his enormous animal totem commission to Morgan Spurlock, he gets right to work on another, this one for actress/producer Nathalie Rheims. Kicking it off with a snail base and raccoon rider, I’m super curious as to what other creatures this second totem will produce. More soon!
Alright, so bad news first: this pretty much sold as soon as it hit the web, so … we lose. But regardless, this piece must be seen. Lovingly cradling a newborn in her arms, Mermaid is a breathtaking one-of-a-kind mixed media sculpture — the second from Scott Radke this week. Pictures rarely do scope justice: measuring nearly four feet tall and a foot-and-half wide (48″x18″), she’s as enormous as she is enchanting. Amazing. More shots after the jump, have a look!
Dogs, birds, cats, swans … there’s seemingly no creature (on this plane or beyond) that Scott Radke won’t explore. Next up in his small-run clay sculptures are Slugs, due out early next year.
Measuring 13” long and 12” tall, these sculptures are meant to stay grounded, but bonus points to anyone adventurous enough to mount them on a wall or the side of a cabinet!