Meet Kary Sierras
Raised on the west coast of California, I was always intrigued by its coastal and mountainous beauty, especially the “High Sierras” and its granite monoliths. I began to carve stone and work with clay from the earth. Later, I started painting on canvas using acrylics, then oils, and finally, airbrush and textures. I became amazed at the possibilities of the mediums. As a result, my art had evolved into a menagerie of eclectic styles.
Now residing in Florida, and with all the ‘Gulf Coast” has to offer, I am further inspired by the natural wildlife that surrounds me 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.