Mythology is rife with animal-human hybrids, including centaurs, fauns, sphinxes, and sirens. Our fascination with such creatures is endless, limited only by our own imaginations. Contemporary ceramist Lindsay Pichaske explores the line between human and animal, between the beautiful and the bizarre. Her ceramic animals raise questions about identity, sentience, and soul. Sculptural works blend humor and horror with vivacious color, visceral form, figure, and ferocity to ignite viewers’ aesthetic sensibilities. Works by Alessandro Gallo, Crystal Morey, Adriel Tong, and Russell Wrankle are also included. You’ll never see Bambi, Fido, or Fluffy the same way again.