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Katherine A. Beatty Biography
Katherine A. Beatty began creating her distinctive soapstone sculptures in 1989 and has been striving for continued excellence and originality in her creations ever since. Her formative years were spent primarily between Muskoka, Orillia, Peterborough, and the Toronto areas. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art where she received a number of awards in sculpting and casting.
Since graduation she has had time to develop her style and specializes in creating unique sculpture that portrays a sense of beauty, humour, and harmony that has become apparent in all of her pieces.
Her experience, and her grandmother’s wisdom, gave her a great appreciation for nature and helped stimulate her creativity; as did her travels to various places around the world. As a result of her deep love of nature, Katherine was pleased to receive a commission by The Council of Canadians for a sculpture to be presented to famous Canadian author and environmental champion, Farley Mowat. Katherine continues to broaden her horizons and increase her skills. She is proud to have her work in the homes of fellow Canadian artists as well as many other private collections around the world.