Angelica Pozo

Angelica Pozo roots her work in the natural world and incorporates themes of femininity, sensuality, fertility, and spirituality. Her latest works leap from the Latin term, Lusus naturae, or “freak of nature.” She includes materials such as wire, glass, and cut nails in her works to create sculpture that seems to mock humanity and its reckless treatment of the planet and its environment. It’s as if they scoff, “We evolved past recognition and survived you, and this new and ruined earth no longer supports you, but it suits us beautifully.” Pozo earned her BFA at New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1976, and her MFA in Ceramics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 1978. She is currently a ceramic public art and studio artist in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as an author, juror, and instructor.

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