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Kate Butler

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Biography:

Kate Butler studied Art History and Historic Preservation at the College of Charleston, SC. She lives and works in Upstate New York.

 

Résumé:


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
En Masse , Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
Drawn Away, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
Resilience! American -Artists Bold Expressions, The Richard Sena Gallery, Hudson, NY
Merry Peace, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Counterpoise, Studio 18 Gallery, NY, NY
Fundamental Change, ADD Gallery, Hudson, NY
Hendiadys Paintings by Kathryn Butler, North Pointe Cultural Arts Center, Kinderhook, NY
Hudson Opera House, Hudson, NY
One Person Show, The Richard Sena Gallery, Hudson, NY
War is Over, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Small Paintings curated by Eric Cohler, ADD Gallery, Hudson, NY
Manhattan Transfer, curated by John Weber, Zone Chelsea, NY, NY
Informed Color, curated by Jeanette Fintz, Brik Gallery, Catskill, NY
Cowgirls of The Hudson Valley, Brik Gallery, Catskill, NY
One Person Show, The Ethel Walker School, Simsbury, CT
Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY

ESSAYS LECTURES PUBLICATIONS
Art & Art History. Lecture given at Hudson High School Hudson, NY 2002
Image Reproduction. Hudson River Art, Issue 1 Spring 2004, pp. 23
Painter Kathryn Butler Gets to The ‘Pointe’ a review by Peter Barton. The Registered Star Sunday, October 3,2004,vol. 202, no. 277, page A7, Column 2
In/formed Color at Brik Gallery. The Artful Mind July, 2006, pp. 13
Artist Lecture given at The Ethel Walker School Simsbury, CT 2007

SELECTED COLLECTIONS
TimeWarner
Columbus Nova
College of Charleston, South Carolina 2004
Art History, Historic Preservation and Community Planning

Statement:

I am interested in the interplay between materials, mind and the human hand. The idea, if there is one, is to create works that are more like living creatures than "paintings." Curiosity spurs action. The desire to see what a dog sees with it's nose, the plethora of ways color can assume and be assigned meaning lends itself to hours in the studio.


 

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