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Great Art Show in LIC, NYC on March 4th. Kate Raudenbush @SeeMe.

On March 4th is Kate Raudenbush’s Reflection show @ SeeMe Exhibition Space in Long Island City, NY.  I will be there. Can’t wait! I love love love her work. The geometry, the scale, the delicatness made out of metal. Truly amazing! I want to live inside one of her masterpieces. Come join me.

“Kate Raudenbush references history, mythology, geometry and science to inform the narrative of her work. She utilizes welded laser-cut steel, mirror and light to shape her large-scale, climbable expressions of sacred space.

The pieces seem both alive and ancient with a constant visceral invitation for the viewer to touch, to physically explore. In this way, the artwork is not just an object to behold, but also an experience to be lived.”

“Kate Raudenbush is a New York-based artist who references history, mythology, geometry and science to inform the narrative of her work. She utilizes welded laser-cut steel, mirror and light to shape her large-scale, climbable expressions of sacred space.

The pieces seem both alive and ancient with a constant visceral invitation for the viewer to touch, to physically explore. In this way, the artwork is not just an object to behold, but also an experience to be lived.”

SeeMe Exhibition Space
26-19 Jackson Ave
Queens, NY 11101

Wednesday Mar 4
7:00pm – 10:00pm

Click here to RSVP

http://reflection.splashthat.com/

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Sculpture by: Kate Raudenbush     Photo by: Scott London

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Sculpture by: Kate Raudenbush     Photo by: Bailey

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Sculpture by: Kate Raudenbush     Photo by: Trey Ratliffkate4

Sculpture by: Kate Raudenbush     Photo by: Marc Whalen

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 Futures Past. Kate Raudenbush.

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All works by Kate Raudenbush. For more info and images please check out her site below.

http://www.kateraudenbush.com/

Parties, Delectables & Pretty Things

Welcome to Wonderland.

I absolutely love this project and Kirsty Mitchell’s work. Being a set/prop designer and fabricator for photo shoots I am in complete awe and I have seen a lot in my travels. The pure creative imagery is lush and endless. Kirtsy layers and layers and layers with such sweet detail it leaves you craving more. It is deliciousness and so satisfying.

Kirsty is a real storyteller without words. I love that she transmuted the loss and pain of losing her mother into such a rich documentation of deep love and wonderment. Kristy is a gifted alchemist. Celebrating her mother’s love of stories and storytelling. Kristy writes this about her mother-“She was an English teacher, and read to me almost everyday, to an age I could no longer admit to my friends. She instilled in me the most precious gift a mother could, her imagination and a belief in beauty, it became my root, and the place I constantly try to return to in my work, and my dreams.”

I’m so thankful that my friend, Tracey, shared this work with me, so that I could pass the torch and share with you. Please please check out Kristy’s site and some of her photos below. This work and the book – Wonderland has been five years in the making…

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