‘s work emanates from what she sees around her — not only the great beauty of nature, but also the threat to it — and the way people interact with each other. She uses humor to try convey her ideas. She doesn’t mean to be satiric or funny; her work just comes out that way. Kate lives in cabin in the woods with a dog, a cat and a big garden. She considers her son Julian her best work of art by far. She shows her work at Gallery Ten on Lopez.