Introducing Finkelstein Gallery artist Kate Rohde.
Kate Rohde completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2001. Since completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the Victorian College of the Arts, 2001. Since then, she has become widely known for her extremely detailed and colourful sculptural objects and jewellery, together with an immersive installation practice. Working predominantly with resin and hand-casting techniques, the over-arching theme throughout her works is the human relationship to nature and animals. Kate delves further into this theme and how it has featured predominately as motifs in historical art movements such as Rococo and Art Nouveau. Kate’s work is featured in our opening exhibition, ‘Finkelstein Gallery presents…’
Kate currently has an exhibition titled ‘Eternally Ephemeral’ in the Friends Gallery @tweedregionalgallery , NSW. This exhibition runs until December 1 and follows her residency at the gallery in 2018.
Kate’s work can also be seen in her exhibition, ‘Little Gems’, at the @mamalbury , part of the Museum’s Wonder Cupboards Project. The exhibition runs until December 15.