Mya Kerner
Inward, then outward, guided by the space between stones.



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“In general, these works investigate stories I have found within the landscape, both internal and external. They serve as a space to ask questions about place, wildness, stewardship, and civilization.”

Land Dreams, Between Us and the Rocks >

“At the base, scattered about the viewer, rest fallen rocks, fragmented remnants and witnesses to some indefinable future.”

Piercing the Infinite Sky >

“I regard the mountains as stoic icons reflected by mortality, their surfaces hold records of the movements of the earth and the torrents of the sky.”

Wire Drawings >

“Lines carve a journey through stone, drawing a visual labyrinth to hold space for the viewer.”