Artist Of The Week: Serenity Fullem

Q: What art form are you most passionate about?
A: “I personally really enjoy ceramics and other 3D mediums. Sculpting is very rewarding to me—being able to have a finished piece that you can hold and look at from multiple angles is really cool.

Q: What do you use as your inspiration?
A: “Honestly, most of my artwork is done on a whim; sometimes I’ll use things I’ve read about recently as inspiration, as well as other artists’ works.

Q: What made you want to pursue 3D Art?
A: “I took 3D Art my sophomore year, and clay was my favorite medium to work with, with papier maché being a close second.

Q: How has UHS helped you to pursue and advance your skills?
A: “Being able to take ceramics and 3D art has been very conducive to pursuing my art, because it gives me very valuable resources that I otherwise wouldn’t have access to.

Q: Do you have an artist that you are inspired by?
A: “No one in particular, but my favorite artist is without a doubt Hieronymus Bosch.

Q: Do you have any works that you are proud of?
A: “I’m very proud of the tiny ceramic bowl that I made, the glaze turned out much better than I was expecting, and it was very rewarding when I got to see it taken out of the kiln. I also made a large ceramic “heart” that I enjoy, despite its anatomical inaccuracy.”

Q: Do you have any advice for future artists?
A: “It’s cliché, but just do what you love. If you’re having fun, that’s all that really matters.

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