Kate Stewart works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, photography, collage and installation. Much of her work examines notions of artifice, reality and escape in our culture.
She has had solo exhibitions at Vox Populi Gallery, Moore College of Art, Drexel University, Gettysburg College and The Art Institute of Philadelphia. She has also been included in group exhibitions at TATE Modern in London, P.S. 122 in New York, Plug Projects in Kansas City, Towson University Center for the Arts Gallery, Pageant Soloveev Gallery, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
Stewarts work has been featured in New American Paintings and Glasschord Magazine. She was a finalist for the PEW grant for artists in 2008 and was awarded a Fleisher Challenge Exhibition in 2005.
Kate received her MFA from The University of Pennsylvania in 2003 and a BA from Dickinson College in 1998, and is currently Assistant Professor in the Art Department at West Chester University.