Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees is an artist/catalyst/guide who works across mediums, connections and social constructions focused on creating sacred space for deep remembering and reciprocal communication/relationship with Nature and the unseen world
Her work (performance, installation, sculpture, video, artist books) focuses on creative ways to evoke/invoke/provoke a regeneration of an essential relationship with Nature as a means of connection with the Sacred. She is a past recipient of the Lila Wallace International Artist Award and her work has been exhibited and in collections is US, Europe and New Zealand. She is currently Artist in Residence in the Masters of Leadership for Sustainability Program at the University of Vermont.
Over the past 40 years TwoTrees has received and shared teachings with the input, support and guidance of many indigenous elders. Through her work Practice for Living, Living Practice she continues to offer these teachings and practices through divinations, coaching and in private and group retreats. She has shared this work with individuals, communities and organizations (schools, healthcare, prisons, social change) as well as in cross cultural mediation.
“I am continually renewed through the cycles and rhythms of learning reflected through nature in all moments and all forms. I owe my intimate link with this learning to elders, teacher, friends, colleagues, and brief exchanges with fellow travelers – human and non-human.”