Hannah Stuercke’s static kidney boxes used the slab method.
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Stuercke’s lung sculptures focused on organic movement.
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Stuercke’s final ceramics project a lid onto this anatomically correct heart sculpture.
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Combining her love for nursing and anatomy with creative studio art, Stuercke fashioned ceramic organ sculptures. Her works of art are currently on display in the university’s school of nursing. Though science and art may seem like an unlikely duo, that wasn’t always the case. Great historic artists such as Leonardo-Da Vinci and Wolfgang-Amadeus Mozart were also scientists.
Cedarville, Cedarville University, nursing, ceramics, studio art
Weinstein, Mark D., "Overflow of Her Heart: Student Creates Organ Sculptures" (2021). News Releases. 1396.