Beth Cavener Stichter is known for her dynamic, emotionally-charged animal figures. She chooses clay to be the raw visceral material for her work, as she has always linked the materiality of flesh and the memory of it with clay. The sculptures she creates focus on human psychology and sexuality. They are feral and uneasy, expressing the frustration for the human tendency towards cruelty, and lack of understanding.
Artwork © Beth Cavener Stichter Via Hi-fructose