From bronze bricks in Boston to artistic manhole covers in downtown Minneapolis, Kate Burke has a recognized career in both public art and painting, listed in the Smithsonian Archives of Painting and Sculpture.
Predominantly a relief carver and painter, she has had commissions from the Minnesota State Arts Council and the Cities of Minneapolis and Boston working in cast iron, bronze and painted cast carvings.
In painting, Burke has had her work recognized by Monsanto for her innovative use of Foam-Cor to create 3-dimensional landscapes. These are both painted and carved and have actual depth ranging from 2 to 6 inches which gives a powerful and life-like illusion of space. The overall result is dynamic and playful.
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