Kathran Siegel

Purple WrapAround

36 x 39 x 4inches

Lindenwood, oil paint, acrylic paint

 

A Hole In Her Shoe

38 x 20 x 7 inches

Lindenwood, Acrylic Paint

Curtain Call

33 x 29 x 10inches

Lindenwood, acrylic paint

From the Winged Bull

33 x 22 x 1.5inches

Lindenwood, Flashe, acrylic paint

Remnants of Last Spring

41 x 15 x 12 inches

Lindenwood, Maple, acrylic paint

What Can Happen

51 x 33 x 18 inches

Lindenwood, Maple, acrylic paint

5 Holes Randomly Drilled

27 x 7 x 4inches

Lindenwood, acrylic paint

Lookout

34 x 6 x 8inches

Trained as a Painter, I soon began to build sculptural painting surfaces. I like to mix vocabularies, searching for a syntax that will allow the languages of 2 and 3 dimensions to coexist, or synthesize, in a work.

 

I enjoy finding evidence of the artist’s hand.   I use power tools and large machinery, but often prefer a u-gouge over an electric grinder or router to carve out an area. I often carve with an x-acto knife. I do a lot of thinking with my hands. This manual approach slows my production, but gives me needed time to reflect and revise as I go.