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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Erika Sanada

Erika Sanada float ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre dog cat pup fish glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio
Erika Sanada float ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre dog cat pup fish glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio

Erika Sanada, Float, ceramic, cold finish, 10x13.5x4.5", SOLD

Erika Sanada my protector ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre bird crow glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio
Erika Sanada my protector ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre bird crow glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio

Erika Sanada, My Protector, ceramic, cold finish, 6.5x13.5x7", SOLD

Erika Sanada face to face ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre bird cat dog pup glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio
Erika Sanada face to face ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre bird cat dog pup glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio

Erika Sanada, Face to Face, ceramic, cold finish, 17"x4.5"x7.5"

Erika Sanada twine ceramic clay porcelain beautiful bizarre bird crow glaze airbrush sculpture figurative Sherrie Gallerie Short North Art Gallery Columbus Ohio

Erika Sanada, Twine, ceramic, strings, cold finish, 18"x6"x4.5", SOLD


Artist Info

Erika Sanada is California based artist and her early inspirations stemmed from creatures and characters of dark films. Watching films were way of escaping from her bitter childhood. She creates hairless ceramic creatures and they are often adorable, but also has bizarre shape. Her artwork has been published in Hi-Fructose Magazine, Hey! Magazine and Beautiful Bizarre Magazine.

 

"My work reflects the weird and the creepy. I am fascinated with the dark side.

In my current body of work, “Odd Things,” I’m using the ceramic medium to create my bizarre creatures. My animals have something odd such as extra body parts, connecting with other animals, and white eyes. Clay allows me to create what’s in my head. These animals with their small deformities help me express my sensitive side. A troubled childhood and constant “life” anxieties are all expressed in “Odd Things.” 

Beautiful and disturbing are terms I hear when people talk about my work and I love that these two terms are not often used together."

-Erika Sanada