Kate is presently focusing all of her energies in the studio, at work on a significant series that will be completed in 2017. You can follow the progress of the series here.
Kate will be interviewed on Takoma Radio on Sunday, January 15th, at noon.
Upcoming group exhibitions include "Under The Gun" at Work / Release in Norfolk, VA (1/13 - 2/3, 2017), and "B.C./A.C.: Art Before/After Child", at Montgomery College, Takoma Park (2/6 - 3/10).
Upcoming solo exhibitions include "Difficult Truths" at the The Granery Art Center in Ephraim, UT (Feb 8 - May 12, 2017), York College of Pennsylvania in York, PA (w/catalog - 2017), Davis Gallery at Hobart and Williams Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY (2017), "bullyculture" at The Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, MD (March 2017), Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC (2018).
Eric Hope interviewed Kate for East City Art magazine, here.
In October 2016, Kate was awarded the SECAC Conference Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement, and was also selected as a Fulbright Specialist for a period of 5 years by the Institute Of International Education, Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Kate's work was featured in Hip Mama Zine in September 2016.
Kate's portrait of Ted Cruz appeared in the NY Daily News on July 5th, 2016, as part of The Senator Portrait Project.
Kate's work was featured at Maximum Middle Age Blog on July 13, 2016, here.
Several of Kate's pieces from private collections will be included in the exhibition "Going for Baroque" at The Racine Art Museum, from May 22 to Sept 4th, 2016. The exhibition is curated by Lena Vigna.
In May 2016, Kate was invited to spend a week on a ranch in Utah as part of "Feminist Summer Camp", an 11- 15 woman think tank organized by Micol Hebron.
Kate's work was chosen for the 2016 Fiberart International Competition, a benchmark triennial exhibition presenting the best in contemporary fiberart. The Exhibition will take place from May 6 – August 21, 2016, at The Pittsburgh Center for The Arts, and typically travels on to other international venues.
After one of Kate's "Gunlicker" paintings was featured in the Huffington Post in late 2015, it circulated around Facebook and other social media, and through gun activist sites. She subsequently did an interview with The Coalition To Stop Gun Violence, and it can be viewed here.
One of Kate's new Gunlicker paintings was chosen for the inaugural monthly Huffington Post feature, "Hot Off The Easel", "designed to showcase a cross-section of vital and varied contemporary paintings."
Fiberart International featured Kate's work in their post, "Focus On: Embroidery: A Gorgeous Gut Punch" on August 11th, 2015.
Kate's painting "Blessed Art Thou" was featured in the December 2015 issue of Esquire magazine.
Kate was awarded a $6,000 Maryland Arts Council Grant in late Spring 2015.
Her Spring solo show at the Arlington Arts Center was reviewed in The Washington Post, and several pieces found new homes in private collections.