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KAIT'S BIOGRAPHY

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Kait Armstrong has lived in New Hampshire for over twenty years. Her interest in art and fabric began at a young age and was encouraged by a family of creative thinkers. She attended Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, where she graduated with a BFA in Textile Design with an emphasis in Color Theory. In 2017 she attended a printmaking workshop at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine. This experience solidified her love of woodblock printmaking and it has been her primary medium ever since. Kait draws inspiration from the beauty of the natural world, and utilizes printmaking to confront social and environmental issues. 

Kait carves her original designs out of Shina plywood and prints them using oil based inks on archival printmaking paper. She uses a wooden spoon to press her images from woodblock to paper. 

EXHIBITIONS

2023             Sanctuary, Two Rivers Print Studio, White River Junction, VT

2020             Featured Artist, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

2018             Juried Exhibition, Center For the Arts, New London NH

2018             Juried Exhibition, 'Black and White', Library Arts Center, Newport NH

2017             Lifelines: Literary and Art Journal, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College

2016             Juried Exhibition, 'Selections', Library Arts Center, Newport NH

2015             Juried Alumni Exhibition, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia PA

2015             Juried Regional Exhibition, Library Arts Center, Newport NH

2014             Juried Alumni Exhibition, 'Small', Moore College of Art and Design

2009             Juried Alumni Exhibition, 'Footsteps', Wilson Gallery, Philadelphia PA

2005             CraftWear Exhibit, League of NH Craftsmen Fair, Sunapee NH

                      Best in Accessories award recipient

2001-2006   Holiday Showcase, Dianne Shullenberger Gallery, Jericho VT

2005             'Smaller than a Breadbox', Gallery 205, Concord NH

2004             'Continuing the Tradition', Gallery 205, Concord NH

2003             Duo Exhibit, 'Synthesis', Art on Main, Bristol VT

2003             Solo Exhibit, 'Beads and Textiles', Framer's Market, Bedford NH

2002             'Three@3, Textiles, Sculpture, Glass', Art 3, Manchester NH

2000             Featured Artist, League of NH Craftsmen, Exeter NH

1997             'Prospects', Paly Levy Gallery, Philadelphia PA

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So Many Of Us
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