PRSG Member Kati Casida
ADDRESS: 1570 LA Vereda Road Berkley, Ca 94708, (USA)
PHONE: (510) 845-4956
MEDIA: aluminum, steel
SIZE OF WORK:
PRSG EXHIBIT: Best of PRSG 97
|Loop the Loop Red|
1/4" plate steel, painted red;
3 parts, H:3' D:15'
Collection: Spectrum Center, Dallas, TX © 1979 )
Kati Casida makes sculptures in various metals. Her main interest is
sculpture for public places. Her work can be found in cities of Berkeley,
CA, Santa Clara, CA, Oakland, CA, San Francisco, CA and in Dallas, TX as
well as in her native Viroqua,WI.
She works in aluminum and steel, sometimes combining these with wood or
stones. Her themes are nature, the landscape, nomadic life, tents, ships
and sleds, often reflecting her Norwegian-American background and studies
of Sami (Lap people) of the Nordic countries.
Casida is a member of the International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C.,
The Pacific Rim Sculpture Group, San Francisco Bay Area, A charter member
of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, a member of the National
Women's Caucus for Art, Holocaust Museum, Washington, D.C., American Indian
Council, nordic 5 arts group, San Francisco Bay Area, Headlands Center for
the Arts, Sausalito, CA.
|Pin Curl||Kata Hydra-Sky Window|
Mirrored Stainless steel
Private Collection © 1987 )
1/4" aluminum on a steel base painted yellow orange;
H:5' W:12' D:6';
Collection of the artist © 1996 )
1/4" aluminum, painted blue;
H:8' 11" W:14 1/2' D:11' 6";
Collection: City of Berkeley, Cesar Chevez Park © 1984 )