Montana-based artist Beth Cavener creates some of the most emotive sculptures I have seen.
Cavener captures human emotions through sculptured stone ware animals; portraying our inner self and psychology through articulated, natural forms. Ranging from predatory wolves and foxes to besieged rabbits and deers, each individual piece exposes the underlying dark, humane feelings that we have – their posture, facial expressions and incredibly soulful eyes speak more than words can say.
I have posted some of my personal favourites here, but Cavener’s full portfolio can be found here:
Delve further into the mind and studio of Cavener in the short video below and hear about her underlying inspiration and process behind her incredible work.