Blind Art Gallery

Blind Art Gallery My fascination with creating forms out of different materials started at a very early age. When I was 3 or 4 I began to pull the caulk from the windows
of our house in Turkey, so that I could make animal figures.

Eventually, someone noticed the missing caulk, and as a result, I became the only suspect. The mystery was solved when my parents found my artwork, which they thought was cute. To prevent me from stealing more caulk, they bought me a fresh ball
of caulk from a window repair shop nearby. Shortly after my discovery of caulk as an artistic medium, I started using mud in my grandmother’s backyard and

Eventually, someone noticed the missing caulk, and as a result, I became the only suspect. The mystery was solved when my parents found my artwork, which they thought was cute. To prevent me from stealing more caulk, they bought me a fresh ball
of caulk from a window repair shop nearby. Shortly after my discovery of caulk as an artistic medium, I started using mud in my grandmother’s backyard and

Operating as usual

Japanese style teapot
02/12/2012

Japanese style teapot

plate with hamsa hands
02/12/2012

plate with hamsa hands

plate with hamsa hands
02/12/2012

plate with hamsa hands

a small multi-color teapot
02/12/2012

a small multi-color teapot

teapot
02/12/2012

teapot

Small teapot
02/12/2012

Small teapot

Turtle Cassiopeia
02/12/2012

Turtle Cassiopeia

Mr. lifted
02/12/2012

Mr. lifted

fish mask
02/12/2012

fish mask

Fisherman's hand
02/12/2012

Fisherman's hand

Bird mask
02/12/2012

Bird mask

Another day at the studio
02/12/2012

Another day at the studio

Timeline Photos
02/12/2012

Timeline Photos

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