Kitty Gordon

  • Three Sisters, 2011 Bottle Caps, Wire, Steel 20"H x 30"W x 25"D
  • Floral Burst. 2011 Recycled Table Top, Steel, Rebar, Bottle Caps, Wire 3'2"H x 4'W x 4'D
  • Petite Flower, 2011 Bottle Caps, Wire 7"H x 7"W x 3"D
  • Potted Plants, 2011 Wood, Rebar, Steel, Bottle Caps, Wire
  • Wall Flower, 2011 Bottle Caps, Wire, Other Recycled Metal 12"H x 12"W x 5"D
  • Spinning Sun Flower, 2009 Discarded Stool Stand, Used Bicycle Wheel and Fork, Remnant Steel, Wire, Other Recycled Metal, Bottle Caps 9'4"H x 3'7"'W x 1'D
  • Wheel Weed, 2009 Used Bicycle Wheels and Forks, Steel, Other Recycled Metal, Bottle Caps 5'6"H x 5''W x 5'D
  • Floral Family, 2010 Bottle Caps, Wire, PVC, Bicycle Wheel, Astro-turf, Wood 4'6"H x 7'2"W x 4'D
  • Lily, 2009 Discarded Table Stand, Wire, Other Recycled Metal, Bottle Caps 3'4"H x 3'W x 3'D
  • Steel Agave, 2010 Steel Conduit, Rebar, Metal Stand 43"H x 25"W x 31"D

In 1999, after seven years of working in the field of accounting, I decided to pursue a degree in fine art. While studying at the College of Marin and California College of the Arts (then known as California College of Arts and Crafts) I developed an interest in stone carving, metal casting, welding and fiber sculpture. It was also then that I began creating art with recycled materials, including bottle caps. I am still passionate about all of these mediums. I have never been happier since allowing myself to pursue my dream of being an artist. But I never forget my analytical background. In many ways my skills as an accountant influence how I approach my art practice and shape the way I explore new forms and ideas.

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    • Oakland, CA
      US - Pacific

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