My work exemplifies access, removed functionality, and loss through ceramics as metaphor.
My work continues to evolve over time, but keeps a common thread in themes of access, removed functionality, and loss through ceramics as metaphor. I utilize traditional ceramic forms and their vague symbolism along with imposed meaning to tell a coded narrative of my own autobiography, including experiences that are often shared.
Krystle Brewer received her BFA in studio art at Oklahoma City University, focusing in drawing and ceramics. She later received her MA in art history at Oklahoma State University. Brewer's work has been shown around Oklahoma at galleries such as Living Arts, Ahha Tulsa, JRB, IAO, and Mainsite among others as well as outside of Oklahoma including Durango Arts Center in Colorado and Harry Wood Gallery in Arizona. In addition to an art practice, Brewer is also an arts administrator, curator, and writer.