Sculpture is a visual art that operates in three dimensions. It can be created by using a variety of materials such as wood, ceramics, stone, marble, clay, plastic glass, concrete, ceramic, wire, and even pay dough!
In an age in which the individual is often alienated, her work attempts to cut through the isolation by presenting common threads of the human experience. A fine arts degree in theater refined her understanding of imagery and taught her to use gestrues as powerful expressive tools. But, it is through figurative ceramics that she is able to fully realize her narrative impulse.
Samples of Kirsten’s work: