Kerryn Levy is a ceramic artist living and working on Kaurna land (Adelaide), South Australia.
Using Australian clay and various hand-building techniques, Kerryn makes sculptural vessels reminiscent of human, animal and botanical bodies that nestle and dance with one another when paired or grouped, their surfaces designed to reflect the colours and textures of the Australian landscape.
Patterns form naturally on the surface of the clay, created by finger marks and traces of the making process, providing a visible representation of the relationship between body and earth. These objects have an inherent connection to the human body that formed them and the landscape whence they came.
Kerryn graduated from UniSA with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (2014) and completed the Jamfactory Associate program (2018). Her work has been collected by Shepparton Art Museum and resides in numerous private collections nationally and internationally.