About

About

"I consider art and life a process, both unfolding at varying speeds, in the space of landscape. I see my artwork as a kind of aesthetic crosscut of these lively systems, already in progress, that we are a part of. How I perceive this is alerted through the senses, time, and place. Insight informs what materials I select and how I respond to them. What is consistent throughout my range of mediums- installation art, sculpture, printmaking, drawing- is a personal inquisitiveness. Through creative process, I am expressing a human experience of inquiry and transformation." KL


***Kris Lanzer responds visually in a variety of ways. Her work is nature oriented, process-based, studio made, experimental, and autobiographical. Exploring dualities, navigating that space in the overlap of harmony and discord, help to fuel her work. This summer, Lanzer will be with her muse- the Garden of Sustenance- tending to the earth, cultivating the soil to begin her book project about art installations and impermanence.