KS-19 (Untitled - Grass/Roots)
Handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramic objects created by Kwame Sorrell
Materials: glazed stoneware
2.25 x 3.25 x 1.5 inches
Since this piece is part of the Terra Firma: Foreign Lands capsule collection, 50% of sales will be donated to Beauty 2 the Streetz, a non-profit organization that aims to serve unhoused womxn by providing necessities alongside the things that make us feel inherently human: a hot shower, a hearty meal, and beauty services.
NOTE: After purchase, this item will be available to take home after November 11, 2020 as before that it will be on display with the rest of the collection. Thank you for understanding!
Local pickup/delivery is available and preferred due to the fragility of this piece. Shipping is not recommended but special shipping can be arranged, at the buyer's expense.
Kwame Sorrell, born 1990 in New York, is a multi-disciplined artist and poet practicing the art of international flâneurie. Sorrell's practice consists of poetic elements gathered and assembled as part of a larger oeuvre. Words and images are interchangeable. As are emotions and feelings. Working across various mediums (i.e. ceramics/sculpture, sound and words, etc.) to express these influences, Sorrell is attempting to make sense of the world around him and his relationship to it. He is also a founding member of BlackMass Publishing, which focuses on publishing editions by Black artists, internationally.