The Rock Candy Mountain Siblings
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Essential Background Information
In late 1993, amid the chaos and debris of the Cola Wars, the head scientist in charge of Crystal Pepsi fled to Rock Candy Mountain Washington with his wife and three children.
Secluding themselves in a secret cave laboratory deep within the mountain, the family subsisted entirely on rock candy, crystal soup, and cave fungi. To while away the years the siblings created elaborate sculptures depicting the food of their memories.
With the death of their parents and a dwindling cave fungi supply the siblings re-entered the world after twenty five years.
Presented today are a selection of their sculptures produced during their isolation.
About the Artists
Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Rich McBride Stevens earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a specialization in printmaking and drawing from Birmingham-Southern College in 2001. After college, he exhibited extensively in Birmingham, AL and later in Atlanta, GA.
Rich currently lives in Seattle, WA and can usually be found working in his home studio.
Originally from Santa Cruz, California Kate earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in oil painting and performance art. Leaving California and the oils behind, Kate currently resides in Seattle making resin sculpture by day and moonlighting as a neuro ICU nurse.
Skylar was born in a small town in Montana and now resides in Seattle. He is a self taught porcelain sculpture artist, creating sculptures by way of slip casting and hand building techniques, bringing into fruition obscure and intriguing sculptures.