Katherine has always had a love of the arts. Originally from Woodstock, GA, she attended the University of Georgia in Athens and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drawing and education. While at UGA, Katherine has gained experience by serving as a teaching assistant for Professor Joseph Norman, a noted artist with work in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In this role, she guided students to refine their techniques and led discussions that brought a deeper understanding of art and it’s role in the world around us.
While attending school, Katherine also served as a project manager and muralist for a university- based group called Color the World Bright. This organization travels around the state of Georgia restoring old murals to preserve history and creating innovative ones to revitalize small-town business districts. Katherine loves to create life-sized figure portraits, working mostly in charcoal as both an additive and reductive method. Her work centers around the context of a place and body language, diving deeper into understanding the narratives of people as they navigate through life.
In her free time, she likes to hike, run and sketch out possible ideas for future projects. She believes that art is a personal journey and inspiration comes from getting out and being an active part of the world around you.
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