You know the saying: one’s garbage is another person’s treasure and this couldn’t be truer. In our case, French artist Stephanie Kilgast uses discarded items, like cans, jars and broken plates and creates coral eco-systems around and in them. Her work is inspired and dedicated to life and how it brings together items and micro-organisms that need to be together. She manages to see life and beauty where the rest of us see nothing but plain garbage and that only itself in commendable.
Stephanie revives old and discarded objects by creating eco-systems on them.
She is fascinated by life and loves textures and patterns.
She is feeling desperate when she see sees people destroying the world around them.
She tries to create art that creates a barrier between humans and the mud, where we came from.
She would like to remind to everyone that by destroying the environment, we destroy ourselves as well.
She believes that there are ways to thrive intellectually and culturally without destroying our planet.
You can buy Stephanie’s actual paintings for 95 euros each or art prints after a personal demand.
The first step to solving any problem is the phase of realization. So, for us to start caring about the planet and trying to solve the problems that we have created, we first need to realize how awful we’ve treated it.