Betty Woodman, Teapot
80’s and 90’s, terracotta with engobes and showcase
The long artistic career of Betty Woodman, who lived between America and Italy, was characterized by constant research in the artistic field that led her to reinvent the very concept of ceramics. His works are made up of assemblages of traditional forms, reassembled and reassembled, supported by energetic strokes of colour that recall his paintings. They are sculptures with archaic appeal, archetypes with universal value.