Kate grew up playing in her father’s warehouse. Climbing around a world of palates and drawing on reams of paper, her creativity churned. At College for Creative Studies, she was interested in sculpture and welding. Kate also learned to be a metal fabricator. Throwing yourself into the craft helps you create a voice through your work. She now uses her conceptual art to process and better understand the world around her. See more of Kate’s work here. I’m blown away by the forms and beauty she handcrafts out of industrial items.
Like Kate’s Carhartt work outfit? Get it for yourself here: Annapolis Long-sleeved Shirt, Women’s Original Fit Basic Jean, & Wellington Boot