When they invade the imagination, monsters can become a source of great fear. But the opposite is true for Brynn Keevil ’23.
In the @clarkucraftstudio, Keevil molds clay into ceramic gargoyle heads with their fang-filled mouths agape — pieces of art that are both eerie and beautiful. Crafting them, Keevil says, is a way to help ease real-life anxieties.
“I think making physical monsters feels like a way to mitigate any other fear in my life,” says Keevil, a community, youth, and education studies major and studio art minor. “Each of these gargoyles is a different part of my identity that exists outside of me, which I then can see as beautiful and lovable.”
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