Commission for Anthropologie

“It takes a special eye to look at the quotidian- a radio, a toaster, a washing machine- and perceive its potential as a work of art, but London-based sculptor Camilla Barnard does just that. Using accessories of everyday life as her muse, she hand-carves common items from wood, then paints and illustrates them to look like the originals; thanks to Barnard’s impeccable attention to detail and scale, they are often mistaken for the real McCoy.”

– Anthropologie 2013






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