Artist, mother to sheep, donkey dreamer, friend to weeds and old goats...
Her mystical abstract canvases are often covered in a sheen of fog, just as she is. She is as much enamored by weeds as flowers, and often honors them in her paintings. Often asked why there is black line anchoring many pieces, she says "because the dirt is where my feet stay attached to the earth." Her canvases evolved to also share figurative story often featuring floating barns.
Katherine is also a writer and combines her art and photography in both memoir and narrative. Her words and art also have been combined in children's books for the Korean market. Her agent is busy pitching several of her book proposals including "Misfiits of Love", a collection of stories about the many barnyard animals her farm has adopted - an old donkey, crippled goats, a grumpy pig and a senior citizen goose with her own duck flock - the initial stage of this book project was funded by Kickstarter. Contact Katherine to hear more about her current book projects looking for publsihers.
Read and see more of her life at Apifera