NeSpoon is back, and this time with stunning ceramic wall art
A Warsaw street artist has ended months of anticipation after posting photos of her new workpiece on social media.
Elżbieta Dymna who goes by the name NeSpoon has gained global recognition for her beautifully delicate lace art murals.
But a lesser-known side of her work includes ceramic art which she likes to weave into the urban fabric often in holes, gaps, and cracks as if healing the structure’s wounds.
Posting on social media, painter, sculptor, and potter said: “Ceramic urban art is the heart of my activity, clay is my primary material.
“Over the last 10 years, I have left several hundred ceramic objects on the streets of various cities around the globe.
“As I work with different techniques and change them frequently, the documentation of my ceramic work was dispersed.”
Now, after an eight-month gap, NeSpoon has completed her latest piece of work at Warsaw’s Propaganda Gallery to the delight of her fans.
The Museum of Fine Arts and Lace posted: “More beautiful each time.”
Another said: “Just stunning”, while Marthe La Perrière commented: “Fantastic NeS! Congrats!”
To read more about NeSpoon’s incredible work and how she once transformed an entire village square in Spain with he lace work click HERE.