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Working primarily with found and discarded materials, Katie's work explores a rapidly changing northern landscape and the human and non-human struggles to keep up with the climate crisis. She lives in a small community in Southeast Alaska.


Selected Solo Exhibitions

Landfalls: Dedications to Alaskan Women Writers and Storytellers

TBA Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

2019 Bear Gallery, Artist Talk and Author Discussion, Fairbanks, AK

Haines Sheldon Museum, Haines, AK // NorthWords Writers Symposium, Skagway, AK

2018 Kenai Peninsula College, Soldotna, AK // The Pratt Museum, Homer, AK 

2018  ICELAND, Alaska Arts Confluence, Haines, AK 

          Downstream, Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, AK 

2016  SURFACE/LAYER, Juneau Arts & Humanities Council. Juneau, AK

          Albedo, International Gallery of Contemporary Art, Anchorage, AK

          Melt: Commentary on Alaska's Warming Winters, Skipping Stone Studios, Haines, AK

2015 Deciphering Change, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center, Haines, AK


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