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Kathleen Vance
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Kathleen Vance

"Stream Path" for Traveling Landscape



Ink on paper

Fair market value: $850

This pen and ink drawing of a stream-bed is composed to consider water paths and flows along the banks of a stream. The stones and woody debris define the water's path within the negative space in the drawing. This is a preparatory drawing for the creation of a new Traveling Landscape sculpture.

Kathleen Vance is an environmental artist who creates artworks that connect people to local aspects of nature that are overlooked or underappreciated. Her sculptural installations have been featured at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Orlando Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, the the Peeler Art Center, the Weisman Art Museum, Brandywine River Museum of Art, the Bruce Museum, VOLTA New York, PULSE New York and Miami, and EXPO Chicago. Vance received her B.F.A. from Pratt Institute and her M.F.A. from Hunter College in sculpture. She has received numerous grants and awards for her artwork including: a travel grant to research the geo-thermal regions of Iceland, a grant from the Puffin foundation for public sculpture, a development grant from Aljira, Center for Contemporary Art in conjunction with the Creative Capital Foundation, and a grant from the Brooklyn Arts council which aided the development and implementation of an outdoor community based art project in East New York. Ms. Vance was artist in resident in Berlin, Germany, presenting a workshop on environmental arts in connection with the Grunewald Parks Department in Germany. Kathleen Vance has exhibited extensively in New York and internationally and continues to live and work in New York. She is represented by birds + Richard gallery in Albequerque, NM, USA and Berlin, Germany

This month, Vance, along with Daniel Aycock, has curated Selects-@-CREATE at the CREATE Council on the Arts (Catskill, NY) in conjunction with Open Source Gallery.