Katherine Wildman is a Boston-based artist whose work explores a grotesque Utopian world.
Katherine has exhibited extensively throughout Massachusetts, including at venues such as: The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Gallery 263, Tufts University Women’s Center and the basement, among others. She has also exhibited across the East coast, in states such as: Rhode Island, Delaware and North Carolina.
She has attended residencies such as Vermont Studio Center and the Pilotenkeuche Residency in Germany.
In 2019 she received an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
All images courtesy of the artist
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