143 - “Fused Dwelling” Sculpture with Mug, Luke Huling, Value: $350

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"This small cup and saucer is a component of my “Fused Dwelling” series. I look into the relationship of home vs inhabitant and observe as they can grow into one entity. Slab-built with Stoneware, glaze, underglaze, luster."


  • Dwelling - 6" x 4.5" x 3"
  • Mug - 1.75" x 1.5" x 1.5" diameter

Luke Huling is a ceramic figure sculptor from Harrisburg Pennsylvania. He received his BFA from Edinboro University and his MFA from Indiana University. He is a past resident at The LUX Center for the Arts and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Luke has taught ceramics and metalsmithing at a variety of settings including craft schools, universities, and community centers and continues to teach today.

My work focuses on society’s relations with emotional façades and questions the implications a disguised self has on our day to day life. I explore what feelings, afflictions or identities we keep hidden and what we disclose. Also investigating how this concealment impacts our relationships and if it is learned or inherited. I attempt to pick out these instances of masking and unmasking in my life and research topics on behavioral sciences and epigenetics to expand my perspective. By using symbolic imagery paired with the figure, I portray a sense of my own and others’ concealment, a vignette of a disguised self.


Catalog number 143

Value: $350
Bidding ended: 6:39pm, 9 May 20216:39pm, Sunday 9 May 2021America/New York


Bidder Time Bid
dayglider 6:39pm 09 May 2021 $525
francesda 5:45pm 07 May 2021 $125