paper scupture
Kate Kato (Kasasagi)
Blaze Cyan
mosaic sculpture
Victoria Harrison
blown glass sculpture
Karlin Rushbrooke
Umbellifer Slate carving
Caitriona Cartwright

Kate Kato (Kasasagi)


Using recycled paper, fabric and wire Kate tries to capture the delicate detail and beauty found in nature. Influenced by plants, insects and found objects she creates intricate, life-sized sculptures and arranges them into collections and dioramas. Kate will be opening her studio to the public for the first time, exhibiting a new collection of work and working in her studio through the day. Kate studio is in her home, situated along Offas Dyke Path, where you can find fantastic views and lots of the wild life that inspires Kate's work. Vehicle access and parking is limited as it is a single track and a no-through-road so it is best to park in the village and walk up. For those who find walking difficult, there is drop off space and room for one car to park at a time (reserved for disabled parking). Please do email if you would like more details about accessibility, parking or the event.

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Artists Exhibiting at Kate Kato (Kasasagi)

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Foxglove Cottage
Once in Gladestry, follow the pink signs. Park in the village as access is limited.

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