Kathleen Waterloo

Are We There Yet; encaustic on panel; 44

Are We There Yet; Encaustic on panel; 44″ x 48″


My works are architectural fantasies which attempt to record the urban/urbane/mundane observances I see on a daily basis. With an approach towards monumental simplicity, I utilize space planning techniques to transform an elevation, aerial view, or structure into its final composition. Previously trained in interior architecture, lines are a recurring theme.

Recent inspirations have been international airport floor plans, fault lines, graphs/charts, ‘mapquest’ routes, rodeo bucking chutes, Chicago urban landscapes, and architectural elements from international travels.

See the World; Encaustic on panel; 48

See the World; Encaustic on panel; 48″ x 44″