Kate Anderson

 
Kate and Ken Anderson, Magic House, driftwood, wood, knotted waxed linen, mixed media, 32 x 36 x 6inKate Anderson, Mickey Kylix, knotted waxed linen & stainless steel  16.5 x 33in
Kate Anderson, Eat-Love (Robert Indiana) teapot (side 1), hand-knotted waxed linen, 6.75 x 9.5 x 2inKate Anderson, Eat-Love (Robert Indiana) teapot (side 2), hand-knotted waxed linen, 6.75 x 9.5 x 2in
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Making sculptural art forms by utilizing the repetitive basketry technique called knotting forms the basis of my work regarding content and the blurred edges where art and craft meet. High-art/low-art references come into play by utilizing the teapot, a common craft object, as my sculptural archetype juxtaposed with images appropriated from the world of “high art”. Quotation, allusion, abstraction, and art/craft references all play a part as the knotting process simultaneously creates both structure and image.


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