Israel-based artist Ronit Baranga challenges the status quo with his striking and attention-captivating surrealist creations. Using macabre porcelain as a material, the professional produces one-of-a-kind tea collections that embrace the beauty of the human body in an incredibly eerie manner.
Ronit Baranga's 'Tea Party' -- which was a collection of ceramics on display at the Beinart Gallery in Melbourne, features some of the most intricate and detail-oriented surrealist creations. Focusing primarily on images of hands and mouths Baranga exceeds the limitations of ceramic art.
'Tea Party' presents a whole world to the audience, where form is subject to uncanny alterations. Ronit Baranga's surrealist creations are sure to be a point of interest to those who enjoy creepy and fictitious works of art.