Life fascinates me.
Textures and patterns excite me.
Sculpting makes me happy.
Destructive human activities push me into despair.
Emotions drive me insane.
Creating art balances everything out.

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Loss, Limited Sculpture Edition, Collaboration between Miles Johnston and Stephanie Kilgast, 2019

LOSS

In collaboration with Miles Johnston, we created a limited edition set of sculptures depicting a woman crying over a lost being.The original idea is a painting from Miles Johnston that has been cast by Moon Crane Press.I simply added life and mushrooms on top of each, to remind us that no matter what, life keeps going.Another way of seeing this work is to see humanity crying over the 6th mass extinction currently going on.The limited edition has been sold out before completion, but here a few pictures of all the sculptures I did. PRESS This collaboration also got recently featured on This Is Colossal and My Modern Met. Loss, Limited Sculpture Edition, Collaboration between Miles Johnston and Stephanie Kilgast, 2019Loss, ...
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Purple Fungus, 2019, Mixed Media Sculpture on Tin Can, Stephanie Kilgast

Aim for Zero

Purple Fungus, 2019, Mixed Media Sculpture on Tin Can, Stephanie Kilgast A few weeks ago, I did an interview for the website "Aim for Zero", which is about working towards a zero waste lifestyle. It was an interesting interview for me, as these are questions that taunt me on a daily basis.Trying to lessen one's environmental impact is always on my mind and so I was happy to dive into the whys and hows. Here some snippets of the interview: “I see the ‘zero waste’ movement more as an effort to produce a lot less waste when making daily decisions.”“It is not the action of buying that is pleasurable, but rather the long-term use of the object you bought.”“The more ...
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