Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees

Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees

Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees has spent her life at the crossroads where species, cultures, beliefs and the unknown collide and find both dissonance and resonance. As an artist/catalyst, her current work focuses on re-orienting to indigenous mind and regenerating an essential relationship with Earth wisdom.  She is a past recipient of the Lila Wallace International Artist Award and her work has been exhibited and is in collections in the US, Europe and New Zealand.  She is currently Artist in Residence of the Leadership for Sustainability Masters Program at University of Vermont. View more of her art and creative initiatives at her website: KTwoTrees.com.

in the tension of the crossroads

Riki Moss interviews
Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees


Our contributing art editor Riki Moss recently had this exchange with Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees, our Issue #21 featured artist. Here’s what she had to say about the creative impulse, the inspiration found at the intersection of cultures, and her work depicting histories of Vermonters… Read more

"Wild Hives / Black Queens" by Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees, 12' x 12' sculptural installation of painted muslin and photographs dipped in beeswax with Poplar branches, Mud Season Review


Wild Hives / Black Queens

By Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees

Making and creating is a link to deep remembering. The objects I make are artifacts and a residue of the process of remembering. It is possible that these artifacts can stir memories for others — not the same memory but connecting to the multiple resonant, dissonant and incommensurate sense of self and remembering ourselves back into the continuing creation of Life…
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