Kelly Thiel's Morphing Menagerie

Thiel, Kelly
February 2014
Crafts Report;Feb2014, Vol. 40 Issue 454, p22
The article profiles artist Kelly Thiel. Particular focus is given to the relationship between her artwork and her personal life. According to Thiel, her children and her pet dogs serve as inspirations for her sculptures of human-animal hybrids. Details on her daughters' use of her studio space and on the challenges of balancing work and family are also presented.


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