Hibbing Community College
When you contemplate my work I hope you feel the passage of time, the past in the present. The desire to express ancient forms and aspects of femininity consumes my work. Primitive art is often considered direct, primal, and pure. The human form in art resonates in us a sense of mystery, calm, and sacredness, and these qualities are the foundation of my art. The intellectual scope of my work is a continual consciousness of the feminine experience, interpreting inner strengths, fruitfulness and beauty.
Katherine Sandnas holds an MFA in Sculpture from the University of North Dakota. Since 1998, Katherine has taught in the Art Department at Hibbing Community College. Her areas of instruction include ceramics, sculpture, drawing, photography and art history. Katherine has an active exhibition record both nationally and internationally. She recently accepted a guest artist residency at the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park in Shiga, Japan.