Madeline Hall is in the final year of her undergraduate program at Central Saint Martins in London, England, and the student has surely distinguished herself with her latest project which presents "a collection of brightly colored, gravity-defining sculptures based on religious scenes."
Now, religion is a big driver for art and many designers and storytellers based their works around this type of imagery. The key is in the way they present these concepts to the audience. Madeline Hall, for example, manipulates coils of clay and presents clerical attitudes in a manner that references psychedelic art sensibilities. Her ceramic sculptures are based on "scenes from the 14 Stations of the Cross, depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion."
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