All Life Interrelated I am in the home stretch of making a public installation for the science building of Kingswood Oxford school in W. Hartford CT. It is a first for me, and I wanted to share it with friends in Maine before it goes to its permanent home. “All Life Interrelated” (taken from a [...]
“All the life of the planet is interrelated… each species has its own ties to others, and all are related to the earth.” – Rachel Carson My goal as an artist is to reveal the deep ecology of being. “Being IS relation,” the philosopher Jonathan Edwards said. If I am in relation, or “interrelated” as [...]
Silent Spring – The Enduring Legacy June 8 – July 14, 2013 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM George Marshall Store Gallery 140 Lindsay Road, York, Maine 207-351-1083 Sunday July 7th at 3:00 PM, Kate will present a talk titled “Interrelated – One artist’s response to Silent Spring.”
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.
InterRelated catalogue is now available A beautiful 52 page perfect bound book including 35 full color images of work included in the exhibition InterRelated: One Artist’s Response to Silent Spring, can now be purchased directly from Kate. The catalogue includes: Introduction by the President Of Chatham University Statement by the artist Essay by the Director [...]
Saturday dawned rainy in Pittsburgh, and I headed up the hill on the Chatham University campus to a small natural ampitheater outside the gallery which will house my exhibit, “InterRelated,” in honor of Rachel Carson. Last March I had chosen this natural sanctuary as the site for the eagle’s nest. I found the center of [...]
In homage to Rachel Carson, on the 50th anniversary of the publication of Silent Spring, Kate and Chatham University student volunteers created an installation of an eagle’s nest. Corey, the art professor had collected lots of deadwood from the campus with one of his students, and together the artist and students built the nest slightly [...]
Jean LeBlanc a poet and the Executive Editor for the Paulinskill Poetry Project, and Marjorie Agosin, a poet, human rights activist, and literary critic will read from their works on Friday September 28th, from 4:00 – 5:00 PM in the Woodland Building, Room 103 across from the Woodland Art Gallery. Jean LeBlanc will read her [...]