Current Long-Term Resident Artist
Kelly Stevenson makes emotionally driven, figurative ceramic sculptures. Currently, her work is fueled by her personal experiences and recurring themes of transition in her life. She is curious about how people, as complex beings, exist and survive in dynamic environment. Kelly pairs mixed media materials with her ceramic figures and seeks to communicate on a visceral and intellectual level with the viewer. She hopes to trigger emotional, dynamic displays of expression in the viewer as a means to bridge individual and universal experience.
Kelly earned her MFA in ceramics from Georgia State University in 2015, following completion of a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Montana in 2012 and receiving her BFA in ceramics from Montana State University in 2009.
To see more of Kelly's work visit her website at kellystevensonceramics.com