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 Celebrating Our 24th Year 

Artwork by Ka Graves

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About the Artist

In 1974 Ka Graves earned an AA from the American College in Paris, France. While in 1976, she earned her BFA from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, where she also earned her MFA in 1979. An instructor in Painting and Drawing at Grand Canyon Community College in Phoenix from 1983-1984, Ka was also chosen as Artist-in-Residence at Mc Clintock High School in 1979 and 1980. Her solo exhibitions have taken place at the John Douglas Cline Gallery in Phoenix (1981 and 1983), at the Memorial Union Gallery at Arizona State University in Tempe (1980), at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts (1982) and at the Elaine Horwitch Galleries (1986, 1990). "My figures of children, adults, animals, some with masks and headdresses or facades, are all self-portraits, clothed in kaleidoscopic color and multiple patterns and are placed in an indeterminate time and space to leave interpretations open to the spectators to elicit their own experiences . . . From a rich heritage through Polish and Hungarian parents, I have inherited a love of patterning, color, hand-made clothing and costuming" Ka Graves Ka is included in the Heller book North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century and Who's Who in American Art (1997-1998).