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Kate Colin, MFA

UNT Lecturer at the College of Visual Arts and Design
Painting, drawing, contemporary art history.

Kate Colin is an artist currently working in Denton, TX. Her drawings and paintings interpret expansive hypothetical spaces, inspired by mathematical theories, physical infrastructure, and nature. Her abstract work stems from an interest in unpredictable and systematic processes. Colin's current work explores the complexity of the conception of hyperbolic structures depicted on two-dimensional planes.

She earned her MFA from University of Dallas and obtained her BFA from University of North Texas. She is currently a Lecturer in the Core Drawing program at UNT's College of Visual Arts and Design. She has been a 500X Gallery member and was a 2012 recipient of the Kimbrough Fund awarded by the Dallas Museum of Art

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