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Unique Nature-Inspired Sculptures Unfold from Ordinary Objects

Stephanie Kilgast creates unique landscapes which grow from unlikely places. Broken plates, aluminum cans, and glass jars host vibrant life-like forms. “My work is an ode to life, where plants and fungi meet pests, animals, and minerals,” she writes. “These experiences are developing in a vibrant swirl of diversity, and also the erratic growth grows on the subject, in a dialogue between nature and humanity.”

Stephanie posts her clay sculptures on Instagram. And if you’re wondering the material she uses to construct her small sculptures, it is polymer clay.

 

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