I am Mongolian


18 × 15 × 28 cm
1 kg

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Unique piece of figurative sculpture of a Mongolian Lady with Mongolian script on body. Celebrating the diversity of culture as cultural displacement is happening so much nowadays.

It is hand-sculpted with white stoneware, left un-glazed to maintain the rustic fading effect.
Height approx. 35x 29 x 15 cm

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 18 × 15 × 28 cm
Care Instructions:

light dusting with soft cloth/brush.


A protest to the banning of Mongolian language being taught in school in inner Mongolia. Poem on the body is ‘I am Mongolian’ a well known poem all Mongolians known by heart.⠀

Translation of the poem:

The aroma of dung smoke billowed

I was born in a herder’s home

The wind, the great steppe

I consider it as my cradle

The blue fog rises

Gasing at the distant lands

My beautiful, vast country

When I look with admiration

The closing winds

Seems as if they were giving out kisses

Caresses, so lovingly like

My mother’s forgiving hands

When I feel the gracious compression

My heart is in awe

My vision blurs, with

Tears of unparalleled joy

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Mainland UK $19.43 5 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands $19.43 5 day(s)
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Jenny Chan is a self-taught ceramic artist at Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield. Born in Hong Kong and settled in the UK in 2014.

Jenny crafts unique and thought-provoking figurative sculptures, with a focus on faces and the stories behind them. Her clay journey started as an escape from depression, working with clay gives her a sense of focus, peace, and fulfillment to beat anxiety.

Figurative sculptures, each with their facial expression and their own story, capturing the essence of a brief expression of a person.

Using traditional hand-building techniques in coiling and slab building. Each piece is unique and individually sculpted, no two pieces are the same.

Using mainly stoneware clay. The sculptures are partially press moulded, each piece is individually carved, impressions and inlay surface decoration using coloured slips, oxides and underglazes.

Commission welcome!

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