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“Summer” a freestanding sculpture was instrumental to the conceptual development of “Folly”, Katleman’s celebrated three-dimensional rendering of traditional Toile de Jouy wallpaper. The large toddler pouring milk and the reclining bikini girl are just two of the subjects nestled within Folly’s landscape.
As Katleman explains: “porcelain suggests luxury, refinement and royal provenance. While one flea market treasure seems a little sad, a florid profusion of them is cause for celebration.” The exuberance and refinement of “Folly” are astonishing to behold.
New York based Katleman holds a BA in English from Stanford University, an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and an MBA in Arts Management from UCLA. She is the recipient of a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation grant, a Kohler Arts/Industry Fellowship, the Watershed Generation X Award, and a residency in Cortona, Italy sponsored by the University of Georgia, Athens.
Dimensions: 11”H x 9” W x 7” D