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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I need staff. I had a great 2014 and this coming year looks like it’s going to get even busier with new project contracts, exhibitions, galleries and two brand-new artwork series. But I’m not yet ready to invest in personnel. … Read More...
Out of all the awards I’ve ever received, this one means the most. You won’t find it in a Who’s Who or on the front page of the news, but it is one of the most powerful. I have just … Read More...