View In A Room
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Painting: Watercolor, brush, mica, pigment on Paper.
All the pieces are made with a latex resist followed by layers of handmade paint. The paintings use a 16th century Japanese pigment recipe with funori as the binder for rich pigments and micas. The mica palette varies in colors plated with elements, titanium for silver and tin for gold, to create subtle hues and changing shifting colors.
Shimmer changes throughout the day and pieces will look different in different lights. The artist calls this the "Ghost in the Room" effect. With a lightness and weightiness, this piece is reflective of spring storm clouds, through which the faintest glimmering of sun can be seen.
Katie's work has a strong sales and gallery record. She is shown by Gallery Sensei in New York and London, Art Fair Exhibitions, and her pop locations up in NYC. Her work is featured in corporate settings such as Saks Fifth Avenue's flagship NYC store and can be found in the homes of international private collectors.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection