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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Calvin Ma

Blend In

Calvin Ma, Weather It, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Weather It, ceramic, glaze, 12” x 6” x 4.5”

Calvin Ma, Give a Little, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Give a Little, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Give A Little, ceramic, glaze, 8” x 6” x 5”

Calvin Ma, Prickly, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Prickly, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Prickly, ceramic, glaze, 10.5” x 5.5” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Cave In, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Cave In, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Cave In, ceramic, glaze, 13.5” x 7” x 7”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Birds of a Feather, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Birds of a Feather, ceramic, glaze, 17” x 16” x 4.25”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Feeling Blue, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Feeling Blue, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Feeling Blue, ceramic, glaze, 16” x 8” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, One Step at a Time, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, One Step at a Time, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

One Step At A Time, ceramic, glaze, 9.5” x 4.5” x 4”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, At Arms Length, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

At Arms Length, ceramic, glaze, 9” x 7” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Little Me, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Little Me, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Little Me, ceramic, glaze, 15” x 8.5” x 5.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Sway, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Sway, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Sway, ceramic, glaze, 15” x 9” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, On An Island, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, On An Island, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

On An Island, ceramic, glaze, resin, twine, 11” x 5” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Blend In, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Blend In, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Blend In, ceramic, glaze, 17” x 8” x 5.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Brace Yourself, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie
Calvin Ma, Brace Yourself, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Brace Yourself, ceramic, glaze, resin, 10.5” x 5” x 4.5”, SOLD

Calvin Ma, Prickly Thoughts, ceramic, porcelain, figurative, Sherrie Gallerie

Prickly Thoughts, ceramic, glaze, 9.5x6x2.5 in, SOLD


artist info

Calvin Ma is a ceramic sculptor living and working in San Francisco. His work juxtaposes social anxieties with childhood play in his ceramic figures. Referencing toys and action figures of his youth, he enjoys reconnecting with his inner child to create works that weave playful and imaginative tales that examine the role of toys not only as art, but also mechanisms to cope with social anxiety.

Ma’s latest series, Blend In, touches on his struggles fitting in socially.  The underlying theme of the series has his figures attempting to blend in to their natural environments, but never fully able to do so. Each piece focuses on a particular segment of this theme in it’s own unique way. 

"I utilize the action figure form in my sculptural work to explore personal issues and struggles with social anxiety. As an adult, I face difficulties in the social environment. Meeting new people, being in the company of strangers, crowds, peers and intermittently among friends and family brings about a heightened nervousness that takes over and impedes my ability to function socially. Even as a child I was reserved and apprehensive, so I turned to toys to keep me entertained. I believe the tactile activity of playing with them coupled with my active imagination helped establish this passion for the action figure early on. There was something about picking up your favorite hero or villain and creating stories and adventures that captivated me. It felt only natural to tap into this childlike sense of exploration and storytelling through my artwork."  -Calvin ma

 

 

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