Serena Kovalosky's organic forms are created from natural and alternative materials. She spent numerous years researching the spiritual implications behind African and Native American artwork, resulting in fascinating sculptures and vessels that form a bridge from the tribal to the contemporary realm.
Kovalosky's work is exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. and Canada and has been featured in Adirondack Life magazine.
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