“Ingenious Alchemy: Kate Petley’s Monoprints”, is featured on Artsy through March 15th.
The exhibition is a selection of monoprints Petley has produced during her several visits to Manneken Press since 2103. The prints feature Petley’s signature intense colors and strong geometric forms and compositions. Three images from the artist’s “Overture” series, published in 2018, are shown above. View the exhibition here.
Kate was recently interviewed by Liz Miller for her blog: “‘I want the hint of something profound, otherworldly, maybe even humorous’ : An Interview With Kate Petley” . The discussion touches on Petley’s recent paintings, her use of photography, working methods, as well as her ongoing involvement with printmaking.
Kate Petley has had recent solo exhibitions at Robischon Gallery, Denver, and Orth Contemporary, Tulsa. Herwork has been exhibited at the MCA Denver, Museum of South Texas, Nicolaysen Museum, Martin Museum at Baylor University, Museum of the Southwest, Diverseworks Houston, Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe, and the Harwood Museum. Petley has been featured in thirty solo exhibitions and has completed numerous public commissions and installations. The CU Art Museum, in Boulder CO, will feature Petley’s work in a major exhibition in 2020.