Sierra Kirsche, from Athens, Georgia, is a Fine Arts Studio Major student with an emphasis in ceramics and sculpture. Her work is mainly based in high-fire stoneware as she draws from her experiences in nature as inspiration in creating her style. Her passion for ceramics began in 2015 at Good Dirt in Athens which led her to pursue a fine arts degree at Georgia College & State University. In pursuing her passions, Sierra has interned with R. Wood Studios in Athens and worked as a studio assistant to artist and professor, Sandra Trujillo, from 2018-2020. She also uses her creative talents through volunteering for events, such as Kids-N-Clay and Night of 100 Pots, to encourage her community to connect with one another through art.
Work on this page is available for purchase.
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Symbiosis is a visual commentary on the relationship between self and environment. The vessels act as a manmade element while each of the attached ornaments, inspired by local species, compliment the shape and movement of each piece. Each work reflects the impressionable and impactful nature of how mankind interacts with the natural world, and vice versa.