I make objects and paintings that celebrate movement, intimacy and emotional intelligence. The work is figurative and feminist, investigating a humanity that blooms and dies again every day. I tell myself that I should always search for pleasure, so I make ceramics to honor the sometimes mundane and sometimes ridiculous moments of daily existence.
Kate Klingbeil (b. 1990) is an artist currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated in 2012 from California College of the Arts with a BFA in Printmaking, and has since attended residencies at ACRE and Kala Art Institute. She has shown across the US at Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Chicago), Athen B. Gallery (Oakland), Hashimoto (SF) Harpy Gallery (N.J.) and had a solo show February 2017 at Crush Curatorial (NYC).