Blue Roses, glazed stoneware and pigmented paper clay, 23 x 7 x 8 inches

Prince, anagama-fired stoneware and glazed earthenware, 25 x 19 x 12 inches

Olga Brava has transformed the Project Space into a midnight-blue jewel box of a gallery with a stunning selection of her tabletop sculptures and hanging spheres. Her works, all from the last year, are a magical amalgam of the organic and the fanciful, with surfaces that range from rough-hewn to deliciously lustrous.

Olga Brava installation

You will be probably see the influence of desert plant life on her imagery—she’s been in Taos since transplanting from Boston four years ago. But her vocabulary also recalls Modernist masters like Brancusi and Paul Klee.

Offspring, soda-fired porcelain, 10 x 10 x 25 inches