Rachel Carson left us a legacy of understanding about the interrelatedness of species on earth and the fragile web of life, under duress, since she first wrote “Silent Spring”. This article by Bob Keyes in the Maine Sunday Telegram (12/20/15) shows her influence on my life and my work. One thing I learned in making [...]
“The stunningly beautiful way in which art and science intersect” These are the words Dennis Bisgaard, Kingswood-Oxford’s Head of School used to describe the sculpture that now inhabits the entrance of their new Science building. I chose the double helix form to emphasize life in it’s myriad forms. Each turn of the steel and paper [...]
In conjunction with the Maine Women Pioneers III – Worldview exhibition at the UNE Art Gallery, Kate will be giving an artist’s talk at 5:00 on April 18 at the Gallery, 716 Stevens Avenue in Portland. For more information see www.une.edu/artgallery. The exhibition is on view until May 12th. The show had an excellent review [...]
The Chatham University publication Communiqué featured a story about the InterRelated exhibition and Kate in this month’s issue. To download a PDF of the magazine, click here.
Chatham University profiled Kate in their Women’s Leadership Spotlight series: Kate Cheney Chappell ’67 explores the connections between art and the environment. The article had originally appeared in the spring/summer 2011 edition of the Chatham Recorder, and can now be read in it’s entirety on the Chatham University website: www.chatham.edu The image above is a [...]