"Jessica Pezalla's sculptures have a curious, neritic elegance, like souvenirs from a Jules Verne expedition or a particularly fruitful day of beachcombing. But Pezalla's structures swarm and cast shadows, and the humble materials from which they are constructed lend a roughness suggesting an origin darker than the sea: Driftings resemble coral or driftwood, but may very well be bits of bone." - Isaac Amala, SF Flavorpill
Her Pinterest is a visual treat! Jessica's blog.
I love the totem made of wool, wood, feathers and fur.
Feathers sculptures made of wood, papier-mâché, feathers.
And of course, this Green Banner ... is just lovely!
Ancestors, Antiques, and Architecture
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