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Shary Boyle, Haunt, 2004, porcelain, china paint, gilt, 24cm tall. Collection of The Paisley Museum, Scotland. loveit

Shary Boyle, Haunt, 2004, porcelain, china paint, gilt, 24cm tall. Collection of The Paisley Museum, Scotland. loveit

Canadian artist Shary Boyle’s beautiful sculptures know no bounds. Her physically delicate yet intrinsically powerful ceramic pieces push boundaries of the real, stretching seemingly ordinary moments into fantastical satire of historic dark realities. Her work explores the complexity of power

Canadian artist Shary Boyle’s beautiful sculptures know no bounds. Her physically delicate yet intrinsically powerful ceramic pieces push boundaries of the real, stretching seemingly ordinary moments into fantastical satire of historic dark realities. Her work explores the complexity of power

Stained glass window by Joan Miro, Fondation Maeght, France; photo by L. Buffetaud, via Flickr

Stained glass window by Joan Miro, Fondation Maeght, France; photo by L. Buffetaud, via Flickr

Shary Boyle, Haunt, 2004, porcelain, china paint, gilt, 24cm tall. Collection of The Paisley Museum, Scotland.

Shary Boyle, Haunt, 2004, porcelain, china paint, gilt, 24cm tall. Collection of The Paisley Museum, Scotland.

Canadian artist Shary Boyle’s beautiful sculptures know no bounds. Her physically delicate yet intrinsically powerful ceramic pieces push boundaries of the real, stretching seemingly ordinary moments into fantastical satire of historic dark realities. Her work explores the complexity of power

Canadian artist Shary Boyle’s beautiful sculptures know no bounds. Her physically delicate yet intrinsically powerful ceramic pieces push boundaries of the real, stretching seemingly ordinary moments into fantastical satire of historic dark realities. Her work explores the complexity of power

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