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Kate Kato

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

Sculptor, Paper Artist

I try to capture the delicate detail and beauty of nature using recycled paper, fabric and wire. I’m very much influenced by plants, insects and found objects, from which I create intricate, life-sized sculptures and arrange them into collections and dioramas. I have always been fascinated by the natural world and for me my work is very nostalgic, taking me back to my childhood and the curiosity that fuelled my creativity. I like to encourage curiosity and promote an awareness of the environment. I want to bring the small, hidden and overlooked details into the public eye and encourage people to consider their importance.

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Artwork for Kate Kato

A wreath of plants and insects made from recycled papers.

Collection of insects

Collection of fungi

Paper honey bee's making a home in an old book

Paper sculpture

The Solicitors Law Stationary Society

The Observer Book of Butterflies

The Order of the Class Insecta

The Observer Book of Garden Flowers


Gladestry (near Kington)
CV & Education: 

BA (Hons) Graphic Design – University of the West of England – (2003-2006)

Diploma in Art and Design – University of the West of England – (2002-2003)

Practice & Activities: 
Studio practice, Private commissions

New Brewery Arts: 'Crafted 2017' 11th November - 31st December 2017, Cirencester.

Thompson's Gallery: 'Christmas Exhibition 2017' 2nd December 2017 - 7th January 2018, Aldeburgh.

Confluence Gallery: 'Paper' October 15th - November 19th 2016, Washington, USA.

Twenty Twenty Gallery: Christmas Show, featuring 'Winter Curiosities', Much Wenlock.

The Sydney Nolan Trust: 'Reimaging the Laws of England Exhibition' June 2015, The Rodd, Presteigne, Powys.

RBSA Gallery: 'Prize Exhibition' May 7th - June 13th 2015, Birmingham.

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