“In my artistic practice, I work with concepts related to human interaction with the natural world: scientific observation, physical involvement, and cultural experience.
I am attracted to the physical observation of natural phenomena and how culture affects this interface. I am fascinated by how mythology, literature and science form lenses through which we have interactions with nature.
My process involves experimentation with ideas, method and media, leading to final works. In the past, this has included drawing, photography, sculpture, printmaking and interactive installations. My questions stem from unique perspectives, including classic children’s literature, ancient mythology, and rigorous scientific observation. I use simple forms derived from nature as a starting point, often exploiting radically different scale, from the microscopic to the monumental.
This current work includes drawing, and sculptural installation and represents my continued investigation and interest in how we interact with and construct nature.”
Bronwyn Minton is a multi-disciplinary artist and curator. Minton holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is currently the Executive Director of the Art Association of Jackson Hole, a practicing artist, and an independent curator. Minton’s work has been shown nationally and internationally and is in public and private collections.