Kerry Kittrell

Kerry

Kittrell

cauldron of the deep forest

2020, Stiffened vintage cotton fabric, stone bead, Swarovski crystals, steel wire, shimmering acrylics, embroidery floss, 4.75 x 12 x 9 in

$
240

Kerry

Kittrell

cauldron of southwest sunrise

2020, Stiffened vintage cotton cloth, Swarovski crystals, shimmering acrylics, wire, metallic embroidery floss, 4 x 7.5 x 6 in

$
180

Kerry

Kittrell

winter's moon

2020, Gessoed, gallery-wrapped canvas, shimmering acrylics, palm piece, vintage shell button, Swarovski crystals, 5 x 5.875 in

$
95

Kerry

Kittrell

taproot

2020, Mini canvas on mini easel, gessoed, shimmering acrylics, Swarovski crystals, vintage sequin, twine, 4 x 4.25 in

$
85

Kerry

Kittrell

autumn twilight

2019, Acrylics on gessoed, gallery-wrapped canvas, 16 x 12 in

$
350

Kerry

Kittrell

autumn glow

2019, Acrylic on gessoed gallery-wrapped canvas, 12 x 9 in

$
290
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Kerry Kittrell

About the Artist

Kerry Kittrell is known for her sacred cauldrons of transformation and other artworks honoring Gaia and the Great Mother. She received her BFA in Sculpture from San Jose State University in 1999 and moved back to Austin. Kerry's deep curiosity of different cultures and cosmologies continued with immersion into Celtic spiritual traditions, Old Norse cosmology, and shamanism. Pilgrimages to sacred sites in France, England, Crete, and the Pacific Northwest deepened her spiritual callings. These influences are woven into her sacred vessels, assemblages, abstract paintings, and other art treasures. Her award-winning cauldrons and other sacred artworks have been shown in numerous EAST and WEST Austin Studio Tours as well as other venues.

Artist Statement

The physicality of materials, textures, and colors delight my senses. Ancient symbols, Celtic and Old Norse cosmologies, shamanism, lunar cycles, the elements, ritual, and magick call me to celebrate our precious Gaia and Great Mother through the weaving of the physical with the spiritual, cauldrons of transformation, assemblages, and other sacred artworks are birthed. Cauldrons have been used by wommin for thousands of years for initiations, rites of passage, and other rituals. I am compelled to continue the traditions of sacred art making.