Amythest Hultman Warrington

Bed of Roses (2021)


Amythest’s artwork explores the beauty and pain of loss through art. The work stems from her experiences along her journey of healing after her husband committed suicide. She bears down into the clay, then removes the object, leaving a void to visually represent the emotional weight an experience leaves on us by making the invisible visible. Amythest utilises clay’s unique physical properties of malleability, recyclability and permeance to survey the dichotomy between strength and frailty as an allegory to the human condition.