March 25, 2010
Richmond Center for Visual Arts, room 2008
Kate Teale is an artist and educator who lives and works in New York City. Born in England, she received her B.A. at Oxford University; her Painting Diploma at City and Guilds of London Art School and her M.F.A. at C.U.N.Y. Hunter College.
Kate has taught Drawing for the undergraduate Foundation Department at Parsons for six years, as well as the Parsons Summer Intensive drawing classes, and Drawing In Paris. She taught at Pratt Institute for three years, and has taught drawing at Yale University, School of Architecture Graduate Dept.; SUNY Purchase; Hunter College and at Portsmouth University, UK.
Kate's work and full resume can be seen atwww.kateteale.net. She is a figurative painter/drawer. Recent exhibitions include: Monya Rowe Gallery, Chelsea NYC; AIR Gallery NYC; Keeping It Real, at Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Kalamazoo; and she has had solo shows at Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, NYC; Hampden Gallery, UMASS, Amherst and Yearsley Spring Gallery, Philadelphia. Work can also be seen at Pierogi Gallery flat files, Brooklyn. Kate is a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellow in Painting 2008.