Wild, Weird and Wonderful Porcelain Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babies

Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babies make us giggle with delight. Sculptor Johnson Tsang of Hong Kong has a large repertoire of porcelain works. His vast range of pieces includes what he refers to as “his babies.” Chubby sculpted infant heads and full bodies in whimsical installations and unusual compositions. Words cannot do them justice, take a look at the following photos.

Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babies

I Luv You Mom:
Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babies

I LUV YOU MOM2 johnson tang IIHIH

I Luv You Dad:
i luv you dad detail johnson tang IIHIH

i luv you dad johnson tang IIHIH

I Luv You Mom and I Love You Dad in situ:
i luv you dad and i luv you mom johnson tang IIHIH

Open Mind (details):
Open Mind detail IIHIH

Open Mind2 IIHIH

Open Mind3 IIHIH

Open Mind detail2 IIHIH

Open Mind (full):
Open Mind final johnson tang IIHIH

brothers 1 johnson tang IIHIH

brothers johnson tang IIHIH

johnson tang ceramics 1 IIHIH

Other works in progress:
johnson tang ceramics 2 IIHIH

johnson tang ceramics 3 IIHIH

johnson tang ceramics 4 IIHIH

The images below are from his 2013 solo exhibition, Living Clay, at the New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum.

Johnson-Tang-Living-Clay-3 IIHIH

Talking To Me:
Johnson-Tang-Living-Clay-1 IIHIH

Johnson-Tang-Living-Clay-2 IIHIH

Splash of Wonder XII:
splash of wonder XII b johnson tang IIHIH

splash of wonder living clay IIHIH

Circle Game:
circle of life1 IIHIH

circle of life2 IIHIH

circle of life3 IIHIH

About the artist:
johnson tang at work on Dad IIHIH

Johnson Cheung-shing TSANG is a Hong Kong sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art work. Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors.

See more of his work here

all images courtesy of Johnson Tsang and Pottery Farm