About The Artist
In my personal studio practice, Natural Curiosities are what inspire me, especially my explorations of the Sierra Nevada topography. I experience a phenomenon–birds, trees, water systems–and try to convey my wonder, a sense of the place.
I am also active in social justice practice, teaching and collaborating with students of all ages on the margins of our community.
Katya McCulloch, MFA San Francisco Art Institute, is a community artist whose work can be found in private and public collections including the Library of Congress. As co-founding artist and Director of Teamworks Art Mentoring Program she makes art with high-risk and incarcerated youth in Marin County, CA. She also teaches printmaking at San Quentin State Prison through William James Association’s Prison Art Project. Katya spent most of her early life in Germany, Afghanistan and Washington, D.C., where she graduated from public school.
Prints and Printmaking