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Acrylic, oil, and gold pigment on linen with 19th century metallic fabric.   The fabric utilized is from my own collection, as well as antique and vintage floral fabric embellishments from the estate of costume designer Jack Edwards.  This was done as a collaboration between female cooks and artists for "Artists in the Kitchen" at the Textile Center:

"Lisa and Carrie inspired me with Chef Shack's public display of rustic materials such as corrugated steel and found wood. Myself being a collector of natural oddities, plus our shared belief in female empowerment, has made for an uniquely opportune collaboration.
For the painting I pulled images directly from their online presence. The final concept consists of a quasi contra witch hunt, where a pig's head is roasting over a fire while prominent, feminine hands are being warmed."
Acrylic, oil, and gold pigment on linen with 19th century metallic fabric.   The fabric utilized is from my own collection, as well as antique and vintage floral fabric embellishments from the estate of costume designer Jack Edwards.  This was done as a collaboration between female cooks and artists for "Artists in the Kitchen" at the Textile Center:

"Lisa and Carrie inspired me with Chef Shack's public display of rustic materials such as corrugated steel and found wood. Myself being a collector of natural oddities, plus our shared belief in female empowerment, has made for an uniquely opportune collaboration.
For the painting I pulled images directly from their online presence. The final concept consists of a quasi contra witch hunt, where a pig's head is roasting over a fire while prominent, feminine hands are being warmed."
Acrylic, oil, and gold pigment on linen with 19th century metallic fabric.   The fabric utilized is from my own collection, as well as antique and vintage floral fabric embellishments from the estate of costume designer Jack Edwards.  This was done as a collaboration between female cooks and artists for "Artists in the Kitchen" at the Textile Center:

"Lisa and Carrie inspired me with Chef Shack's public display of rustic materials such as corrugated steel and found wood. Myself being a collector of natural oddities, plus our shared belief in female empowerment, has made for an uniquely opportune collaboration.
For the painting I pulled images directly from their online presence. The final concept consists of a quasi contra witch hunt, where a pig's head is roasting over a fire while prominent, feminine hands are being warmed."
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Caitlin Karolczak

Installation, linen on Canvas

Size: 24 W x 48 H x 1 D in

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Acrylic, oil, and gold pigment on linen with 19th century metallic fabric. The fabric utilized is from my own collection, as well as antique and vintage floral fabric embellishments from the estate of costume designer Jack Edwards. This was done as a collaboration between female cooks and artists for "Artists in the Kitchen" at the Textile Center: "Lisa and Carrie inspired me with Chef Shack's public display of rustic materials such as corrugated steel and found wood. Myself being a collector of natural oddities, plus our shared belief in female empowerment, has made for an uniquely opportune collaboration. For the painting I pulled images directly from their online presence. The final concept consists of a quasi contra witch hunt, where a pig's head is roasting over a fire while prominent, feminine hands are being warmed."

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Installation:linen on Canvas

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Size:24 W x 48 H x 1 D in

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Caitlin Karolczak intertwines the past with the present through the combination of age-old painting techniques with provocative contemporary themes. Karolczak's painting technique is informed by 17th and 18th century portraiture. She hauntingly captures beauty in the most unimaginable circumstances, especially to a 21st century viewer. Karolczak's work is internationally shown and collected. She resides in Minneapolis as a full time artist and gallery co-owner of Spinario. There she handles original artworks as diverse as 15th century engravings to paintings by Ray Parker, Zao Wou Ki, and Otto Dix. Her exposure to this unpredictable array of works has given her a broader understanding of art that enriches her own.

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