My work explores concepts like evolution, predator/prey relationships, and totemic imagery. Merging gourds, antler, bone, and horsehair with paper-clay, resin, and acrylics, I’ve been attempting to blend tribal aesthetics with a modern understanding of our place in the universe. I often reference elements of folk art and mythology, and enjoy the juxtaposition of bright patterns and ornamentation against raw materials and natural surface textures.

Kristen Egan is a mixed media artist specializing in sculpture and illustration. She has a BFA in Art & Design from the SUNY College of Ceramics at Alfred University.