Kate Colin Art Exhibit at the Library!

Posted June 23rd 2014

The Baylor Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce its latest art exhibit!  Entitled “Poly-Spatiality,” the exhibit features a collection of nine paintings produced by artist Kate Colin.  The artwork will be on display thru September 26, 2014.

A continuous theme of Colin’s work involves “interconnections within oppositions such as complexity and simplification along with mathematics.”  The pieces in this exhibit are no exception.  In general, Colin states, “my work oscillates between drawing and painting while interchanging techniques to create a variety of two-dimensional work with drawing media and paint on paper, canvas or panel.”  Utilizing the various techniques, she explains, allow her to construct “disparate hypothetical spaces.”

Kate Colin was born in Indiana but grew up just outside of Dallas.  She earned her MFA from University of Dallas in 2012 and obtained her BFA in studio art from University of North Texas in 2008.  After graduate school, Kate began teaching Watermedia and Drawing at The University of Texas at Arlington.  She has continued to gain teaching experience at University of Dallas, University of North Texas and Mountain View College.  Kate was the recipient of Kimbrough Fund Grant from the Dallas Museum of Art in 2012 and has just recently become a member of the oldest artist run cooperative gallery in Dallas, 500X!

Be sure to check out the exhibit on the First Floor of Baylor Health Sciences Library!

For more information, please contact the library during operating hours at 214-828-8151.


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