Kathryn Clark worked as an architectural and urban designer for seven years before becoming a full time artist in 2005.
Kathryn's recent work explores global land use issues ranging from the US foreclosure crisis to global industrial agriculture. Inspired by the pattern and scale of human manipulation of the natural landscape, her work questions the long range implications these scarred landscapes have on our environment, society and economics. Her choice of medium is the everyday object. Using utilitarian tools as a voice, she gives new meaning to functional objects to make a statement about land use issues.
Kathryn's blog shares her most recent work as well as features other artists who work in the unique genre called Articraft: artists who use craft in their work and craftspeople who make art at www.kathrynclark.blogspot.com.