Joanna Kornreich Schomber


transFORM Gallery Presents: Artwardly Mobile / Keeping up with Jones Street

transFORM Gallery Presents: Artwardly Mobile / Keeping up with Jones Street

Venus

Venus

Cast and Painted Plaster
Purchased

Yakshi

Yakshi

Painted Terra Cotta

Undone

Undone

Glazed Stoneware

Parturient

Parturient

Cast and stained stoneware

Untitled

Untitled

Raku

Untitled

Untitled

Raku

Genesis

Genesis

Cast and painted plaster

Maturation II

Maturation II

Cast and glazed stoneware

Maturation III

Maturation III

Cast and glazed stoneware

Maturation

Maturation

Cast and glazed stoneware

Mother & Child

Mother & Child

Glazed Stoneware

My Body, My Vessel

My Body, My Vessel

Glazed stoneware

Percussive Pods

Percussive Pods

Glazed stoneware

Physiognomy II

Physiognomy II

Stained stoneware

Physiognomy

Physiognomy

Stained Stoneware

 

joanna kornreich schomber transform gallery

Teaching art should be a transformation of any classroom into a place where an emotional release facilitates identification with self and fosters creativity. As an art teacher I make abstract ideas concrete by using examples, demonstrating procedures, and encouraging communication. Recognizing process rather than levels of ability and valuing all kinds of skills will promote self-esteem. As a teacher I must have knowledge of the subject, teacher resources, my students, my students leaning, and what motivates my students. Also as a teacher I must be a critical thinker, have a good problem solving skills, have self-knowledge, and be a self-regulated learner.

Artist Statement: My main passion is sculpture. My work is in constant evolution. With life comes change, my art reflects the changes in my life and the world around me. I seek truth in my artwork, the truth of who aim and what is in my heart. My work is physiological extension of myself. am I trying to se myself and understand the world around me and who I am.

I sculpt to communicate my emotions. My sculptures show my internal conflict with things in my life.

My inner strength is the reason I can sculpt and share with the viewer. Art is a voice of life that is driven on feelings and intellect. I transform my inner voice into a tangible piece of art, in hopes that the viewer will hear me. My sculptures are my physiognomy.

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