For this month’s Second Saturday at KLG, join artist Kate Henderson for a demonstration on the art of pastels. Her current exhibition, “Dowsing for Water,” will be on view. Artist talks to follow at 5pm.
Kate Henderson received her MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale University and a BFA in painting and a BA in art history at Indiana University. She is recognized for her pastels and is featured in Exhibeo Art Magazine. Her work has been shown at Creative Tech week NY, The Lumen Prize global tour, Degas Society in New Orleans, New Haven Lawn Club, NEST in Bridgeport CT, Ridgefield Camera Works, Franklin Street Works in Stamford CT, University of Bridgeport Schelfhaudt Gallery, Bridgeport CT, Creative Arts and Art Place in New Haven. Simultaneous to this exhibition, Henderson will be exhibiting another piece about water for this year’s CWOS Alternative Space, an Artspace commissioned installation, “Searching for the Fountain of Youth.” www.katehenderson.art.
Presented in part by ArtEcon Initiative, a neighborhood-based non-profit and an outgrowth of ArLoW (Art Lofts West). The primary mission of ArtEcon is to produce and support free, or low cost, arts and community programs for all ages in the Westville West-Rock neighborhood. Related programming during this exhibition is supported by ArtEcon, whose 2019 programming is made possible in part with support from the Pincus Family Foundation and Department of Economic and Community Development, CT Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. www.ArtEconInitiative.org.