MEET KATRINA SZYSZKOSKI
CONNECT WITH KATRINA
An attraction to broken Greco Roman sculpture, American Colonial folk art and all things miniature, has shaped Katrina Szyszkoski's style in creating peculiar and tiny clay works.
Delicately formed, her figurative sculptures evoke a sense of daintiness, dreaminess, playfulness and absurdity, sometimes with a bit of melancholy surrounding them.
Much of Katrina's inspiration comes from living and traveling in Japan, where she was surrounded by the uniqueness and ambiguity of contemporary Japanese art and craft.
When not tending to her family, including two nutty dogs and one besieged but defiant cat, she assembles little worlds with her own curious and unexpected bent.
Katrina lives in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies, surprisingly, in a fairly large house.