Kate Knox is a NH-based printmaker. Her intricate woodcuts depict familiar aspects of New England structures and architecture, and repurposes them with a contemporary approach. Dairy barns and wood buildings are often dissembled, mirrored and distorted to create surreal imagery.
Knox received her BFA from New England College Institute of Art & Design in 2015, and is the 2021 recipient of the Piscataqua Region Artist Grant. She exhibits regionally, including exhibitions at Chase’s Garage, Rochester Museum Fine Arts and the Boston Printmakers Biennial. Her work has also been featured in Art & Cake Magazine, Iru Magazine and Cafe Review.
The artist will be demonstrating her approach to woodcut and the ideas behind her work, as well as her use of materials which includes mixed media materials like Beeswax and colored pigments. The demo will be live from the artist’s studio in Dover, NH.