Kathline Carr’s recent collection is inspired by the experiential nature of walking in urban, forested, or mountainous areas, and their respective landscapes. Utilizing modes of process-based abstraction, Carr transposes her persona and emotional connection to environment with material exploration using paint, fiber, drawing, and printmaking, often creating forms or spaces that blend the literal monuments of physical nature with psychological reactions to place.
Carr earned a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, VT, with concentrations in Visual Arts and Feminist Philosophy, and holds an MFA in Visual Arts from The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. An author as well as visual artist, her recent book Miraculum Monstrum (Red Hen Press), won the Clarissa Dalloway Book Prize from the AROHO Foundation and was an Award Finalist in the "Fiction: Cross Genre" category of the 2017 Best Book Awards. She has exhibited her art in New York City, Boston, New England and Canada. She lives and works in North Adams, MA.
More about Kathline Carr:
Spotlight on New Gallery Artists: Carr, Rozenman and Zhang
Miraculum Monstrum at Fountain St.
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