Stephanie Kilgast (previously featured) is a talented artist with a deep appreciation for nature, who has captivated audiences around the world with her stunning artwork. Inspired by the complex shapes found in nature, Kilgast’s work serves as an ode to the biodiversity that surrounds us today. Through her vibrant colors and her meticulous craftsmanship, she brings together plants, mushrooms, insects and other animals into harmonious swirls of artistic expression.
Since 2017 Kilgast has embarked on a remarkable series called ‘Discarded Objects’. In this collection, she gives new life to artifacts by growing colorful organic sculptures on top of them. This unique approach celebrates the innate beauty of nature while initiating a dialogue between humanity and the environment. Kilghast’s evocative work questions the delicate balance between human activity and the natural world. This is a reminder that despite the challenges we face, nature has an amazing ability to regenerate when given the chance.
It’s hard not to notice the lighthearted post-apocalyptic atmosphere emanating from Kilgast’s work. Her work exudes hope and comfort, reminding viewers that in the face of adversity, nature has the power to take its place. Through her art, Kilgast invites us to reflect on our relationship with our environment and to think about the positive impact we can have by nurturing and preserving it.