Stephanie Kilgast creates curious landscapes that 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 insects, animals, and minerals,” she writes. “These encounters are growing in a colorful swirl of diversity, and the erratic growth develops on the subject, in a dialogue between humanity and nature.”
Stephanie posts her clay sculptures (and work in progress) on Instagram. And if you’re wondering the material she uses to construct her small sculptures (I know I was), it’s polymer clay.