This is a painting of an interior reflected in a window

Kate Teale, Inner Architecture (2021). Acrylic on Canvas Over Board. 18 x 24 x 1 in.

Kate Teale was born in Hampshire, England and moved to NYC for graduate studies at Hunter College, C.U.N.Y in 1995.
She exhibited at Studio10 Gallery (solo shows in 2016 &; 2013, two person shows in 2017 & ; 2019) and recently had a two person show with sculptor David Henderson at John Malloy Gallery, 49 East 78th St, NYC. Kate’s been in group shows at Monya Rowe, Jim Kempner, and Gallery Ho in Chelsea, NYC, and at The Boiler; Bushwick Basel with Valentine Gallery; Storefront; Sideshow and Schema Projects. Her work can be seen at Pierogi Gallery flat files.
Kate received a Joan Mitchell Foundation artist grant in 2013, a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship in Painting 2008, and was awarded a subsidized studio space as part of the Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy program 2019. She has written feature articles for the UK art magazine Contemporary Art. She is also a curator - at the Kerr Gallery, Western Michigan University, but mainly as founder/director of the project space Big&Small/Casual Gallery www.bigandsmallcasual.net.
Link to In The Studio video by Christian Nguyen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HH_eKV2VtTQ
Kate’s first exhibition in the USA was here in DUMBO – at Main Window in 1992.

Kate has two distinct but related bodies of work, both of which will be on view in the studio:

1. Wall drawings, usually architectural, monochrome, minimalistic and site-specific

2. Paintings, usually interiors, intimate, sensual and with color.