Meet Kary Sierras
Raised on the west coast of California, Kary Sierras was always intrigued by its coastal and mountainous beauty, especially the “High Sierras” and its granite monoliths. She began to carve stone and work with clay from the earth. Later, she started painting on canvas using acrylics, then oils, and finally, airbrush and textures. Kary became amazed at the possibilities of the mediums. As a result, her art evolved into a menagerie of eclectic styles.
Now residing in Florida, and with all the ‘Gulf Coast” has to offer, Kary Sierras is further inspired by the natural wildlife that surrounds her and the beautiful sunsets.
Inspirations: Hopi Kachina carver and potter Lawrence Namoki. Native American Painters R.C. Gorman and Frank Howell. Mexican Muralists David Siqueiros and Jose Orozco.
Located in New Port Richey, Florida
New Port Richey, FL
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