Here's his droopey underbelly and his sinewy neck where he turns away from the house being pulled off. I love his belly and it's a bummer you can't see it unless you're really looking. But as a treat for you internet viewers I'll point you right to it!
Michael Klapthor has been working in clay for the past 10 years, featuring work throughout Georgia. He is currently enrolled in Callanwolde's clay studio assistantship program, teaching classes and creating whimsical anthropomorphic sculptures. These works create stories about human nature represented through animals and their belongings, striving to find balance between base instincts in a modern society.