Kate MacDowell’s hand-built porcelain sculptures respond to environmental threats and their consequences, revealing the rifts and frictions between man and nature. Kate lives and works in Portland, Oregon, where she prolifically creates work in response to environmental threats including: air pollution, global warming, clear-cutting and the misuse of pesticides and the effects on the health of the environment. (Including all of us)!
Kate is featured in the upcoming group exhibition titled, “Detailed Information,” opening Saturday, May 26 at 6—8PM and continuing through July 7, 2012. Kate MacDowell has created a new series of works, “Stolen 1 and Stolen 2,” hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, measuring aproximately 7x7x12.5 inches and 11x7x9.5 inches.
You can view more of Kate MacDowell’s work here. Please contact the gallery for additional information.