Phil Schuster Ceramic Diorama Box Sculpture, dated 12/85

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Ceramic Diorama box sculpture, dated 12/85 by ceramicist Phil Schuster. Box measures 17.5" wide, 10" deep and 18.5" high.
About the Artist:
Phil Schuster was a Chicago-based sculptor and landscape designer whos intention was to transform public space and engage and inspire the public through art. Schuster’s background as a ceramic artist moved him to explore other materials, notably concrete. In this process, he has explored reverse casting, direct sculpting, and casting concrete in latex molds.

Phil has worked on public projects, he worked with the Chicago Public Art Group and others who work to involve communities in the design and construction of large-scale, site-specific art projects. Schuster has participated in artist residencies in the US and Australia. His concrete, site-specific works can be found in various locations in the Chicago area.
Dimensions (WxDxH):
17.5" W x 10" D x 18.5" H
Excellent with age appropriate patina
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