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Bas-Relief Divider. This is a glass bas relief that was designed to pass light while providing a physical divider between the toilet and the sink area of a powder room off the entry hall of a home in Salem, OR. The piece is approximately 18 x 24 x 1.5 inches. It features a motif of lilies and ranunculus which pick up the theme of the entry hall decor.
River Bottom. This cast glass piece depicts a fish in a natural river bottom environment. The surprise is that the fish is actually mere negative space and is illusory. The piece is 10 x 10 x 2 inches and is in a private collection at Seattle, WA.
Natasha. Natasha was patterned on a dancer. Kate has created a series of masks with multimedia adornment. She welcomes the opportunity to make special masks with themes or colors of the client’s selection. Each is an original and one-of-a-kind; each was inspired by a character from Kate’s life. All are mounted on custom made steel frames. The additional media adorning Natasha is ermine, glass beads, and semi-precious stones. Natasha is in a private collection in Eugene, OR.
Queen of Arts. Queen of Arts depicts the aqua goddess, Kate’s imaginative creation who carries a whale fluke as a crown and a sea of webbed amethyst and fresh water pearls as an Elizabethan ruff. This piece is currently in the artist’s inventory.
Lil Brother. Lil Brother combines humor into cast glass and multimedia. Here Kate depicts everyone’s annoying little brother. The additional media on this piece include ermine and glass beads. The piece sits in a custom steel frame. This piece is currently in the inventory of the artist.
Mid-Life Crisis. Mid-Life Crisis is a whimsical portrait of Kate’s alter ego. The additional media include ermine and glass beads. The piece sits in a custom steel frame. This piece is currently in the inventory of the artist.
Auction chair (2008). This chair was designed and built by Kate MacLeod for the Central Oregon Habitat for Humanity 2008 “Chair-it-able” auction. The steel base was built and donated by Sun Forest Construction and the powder coating was donated by Commercial Powder Coating, both of Bend, OR.