Marie Messenger’s delightful depictions of the people of Grenada pinched and proded into being, then fired three times, are being collected by the discerning visiting art collectors to Grenada like never before. And when you see the expressions on these endearing faces, you can understand why people connect with them. They are truly one of…
Marie Messenger, our local magician with ceramic, brought in this beautiful piece that we caught her in video doing on January 1, 2013. Samuel is so amazing, sitting there in his firy red shirt, holding his red fish. All the details so perfectly and elegantly captured by Marie. Here he will sit until he moves…
Here is a video showing Marie Messenger’s raku firing process done at the beginning of 2013!
Marie Messenger does her first raku firing for the new year. Watch the process. Click here to watch video.
Wishing you a fantastic, creative 2013 from Art and Soul Gallery and all of our artists. ]
Marie Messenger brought some new work to the gallery today and we chatted about it.
Marie Messenger Ceramic Raku
Marie Messenger, Ceramic Raku Joshua (Rasta Man)
New work in the gallery! Come by for a browse.
She sits with an enigmatic expression, waiting, wondering, ….pondering. Makes you wonder what Marie’s thoughts were when she was creating this lovely; her fingers calling forth from the clay, then the extreme heat of the refining fire, knowing that at many moment it could all go wrong, and finally “Matilda” emerges. Beautiful, thoughtful Matilda.
We rehung the gallery today–have a look! New work by Oliver Benoit, Maria McClafferty, Asher Mains, Susan Mains, Marie Messenger. We think it looks really sleek and elegant–what do you think? Oliver BenoitSusan MainsThe archives The archivesMarie Messenger raku ceramicsits on a glass plain by Maria McClafferty Asher Mains with portrait, “Istra with the…
Marie Messenger Raku Ceramic 2012 6″ x 8″ x 12″ Mermaid tales filled our Caribbean mythology long before Disney. There is the one that gave our most famous artist, Canute Caliste, a brush when he was a child, and he painted all his life.
Marie Messenger breaths life into lumps of clay. Her delicately modeled figures seem to be mid-sentence, pausing pensively before going on. Messenger uses a Raku method for firing her ceramic figures. Mostly self taught, Messenger moved from the UK to continue her art work in Grenada in 2002. Since then she has been an active…
7″ x 4″ x 6″ Raku Ceramic, Marie Messenger
9″ x 4″ x 6″ Raku Ceramic, Marie Messenger SOLD