I Write You Letters, I Fold Your Laundry | Kate Stigdon

Kasart-Alley is dedicated to the highest principles in both commerce, and artistic expression. As an illustrator, I have always seen art as a service. It is the artist’s responsibility and yes, the artist’s angst, to see the world through the eyes of others. Artist’s have sometimes carried the stereotype of self-important or self-serving but listening deeply enough to flesh out the vision of another requires a certain selflessness. Making art of any kind requires a degree of wearing one’s heart on the sleeve, and that is the challenge. This is not to make the artist a hero or a martyr, the artist is just doing what she/he is inclined to do and studied to do. Seeing the fruition of an inspiration, whether it is ones own or another’s, is not unique to the writer or the painter or the heavenly french chef; it is the common result of creativity that they all share. We must keep going in this ritual during  a technological age. All of the arts are intertwined.I’m listening to the radio and a song and it is saying “I’m living’ my life like it’s golden, golden . . .’ Art is what keeps us alive and seeing the ‘golden’.

Learn more about the artist at  Kas-Art Alley

I Write You Letters, I Fold Your Laundry
By Kate Stigdon | Kas-Art Alley
VillaDuCarl Art Collection | Portland, Oregon
Original Sculpture, Ceramic & Found Objects
8″ x 5 1/2″
Purchased 2009

Purchased by Private Sale
Contact the artist at  Kas-Art Alley



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