Kate Petley is an abstract artist whose work refers to psychologically charged space. Interested in the sweet spot where painting intersects digital technology, her complex process combines painting, photography, and sculpture.
Her work has been exhibited at the MCA Denver, the Museum of South Texas, the Nicolaysen Museum, the Martin Museum at Baylor University, the Museum of the Southwest, Diverseworks, and the Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe.
Petley recently completed a residency for PhotoIreland 2017, culminating with an exhibition in Dublin. She is a 2016 Ucross Foundation Fellowship recipient and received an invitational residency in 2015 at the Mayer of Munich Architectural Art Glass studio in Germany. Previous awards include an NEA Rockefeller Foundation Grant.
Her monoprints are published by Manneken Press in Bloomington, Illinois. She is represented by Robischon Gallery, Denver, and Orth Contemporary in Tulsa.
Kate lives in Longmont, Colorado. Born in New York, Houston is her original hometown.
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