Naive Porcelain & Resin Sculptures
Naive art as usually defined denotes art which has been produced generally by figures of no or little formal training, or no connection to any official academies or schools of art. But the term comes to gesture more widely to a style of art which is unaffected in aesthetic, which indeed could be described as unsophisticated. This look in itself though begins to gain a certain theoretical weight in the modernist period, when childlike and simplistic art begins to be valued for its getting away from what some thought to be insincere posturing.
The weird and wonderful
There are many overlaps with other forms of art where the grouping of naive art bleeds into for example outsider art, or modern primitive art. But, whatever you call it, you will be able to get from it a sense of joyful play, a feeling of immediacy and often an uplifting touch of humour. With this naive porcelain and resin sculpture collection for instance, you will see some pieces which take on a kind of cartoon style, offering a weird and wonderful fairytale aesthetic.
Variety and newness
This is the kind of art which is just as impressive and dazzling for children as it is for adults and connoisseurs. We enjoy that sculpture can never be statically and reductively defined in a single way, and that is why we make sure that we collect many different styles, such as that of the so-called naive sculpture approach.