May 7 – June 6
MELTDOWN with Washington Wax Works at the Rehoboth Art League Rehoboth Beach, DE
Two of my paintings were purchased by Landex Development for the permanent collection of the the Artisan 4100 apartment/retail development in Brentwood , MD
My work was included in Applied Heat: an exhibition of encaustic art at Portico Gallery, Brentwood, MD
My painting, Twilight was included in the show, 50 States, 200 Encaustic/Wax Artists at the Museum of Encaustic Art /Encaustic Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
My encaustic works, Dovecote and Luminaries were purchased by the Prince Georges County MD Arts and Cultural Heritage Division for their Permanent Collection this summer.
My assemblage, A Garden of Want in times of When was purchased by Landex Development for the permanent collection of the Studio 3807 apartment/and retail development in Brentwood , MD
My recent encaustic monotypes on display at Washington Wax Works Pop – up in Mount Pleasant, WDC November 10 – 25, 2017
One of my drawings was featured on the cover of the play, Between Trains, written by Juanita Rockwell
Four of my sculptural works were included in the show, Material – Object – Form, at the Brentwood Art Exchange in Brentwood, MD
My work was part of the Creative Corridor Exhibition at Prince Georges Community College, Marlboro Gallery
One of my assemblages was featured on the cover of the book, Blood Too Bright, edited by my sister, Jerri Dell, a book of letters that are reminiscences of our grandfather, Floyd Dell, about Edna St Vincent Millay.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Montgomery County Arts & Humanities Council , I was able to put out a catalog of my assemblage, shadowbox, and encaustic.
My work has been included in the book Encaustic Art in the 21st Century edited by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney. Foreword by Kim Bernard and and Afterward by Ellen Koment.
Washington Wax Works DC Debut at the Arts Club of Washington
Opening reception: Feb 5, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Artist talk & short film, by David Evans and Alice Entertainment, Sat, Feb. 6, 2 – 4 pm
My article on using powdered pigment with encaustic medium, “Raising Dust”, was published in the winter edition of Encaustic Arts online magazine
Sept 16 – Nov 7
Black Rock Art Center Works by 14 artists using fallen timbers, found limbs, reclaimed lumber, or repurposed items, to build unique sculptural forms that retain a connection to the source of their materials.
LUMINOUS November, 2015 Work by Kevin Milstead, Kathy Anderson, Nancy Hacskaylo, David Evans, Katie Dell Kaufman and Marty Ittner and Becky Borlan. Atrium Gallery, Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD
The Zenith Gallery exhibition, in Collaboration with Ouvert Gallery, in St. Michaels, MD
RECLAIMED | RETOLD
A pop-up exhibition of six assemblage artists who collect and combine found objects to create new artwork
April 3 – 25, 2015
6 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219
One of my shadowboxes was featured on the cover of the book by Shivaun Woolfson, “Holocaust Legacy in Post Soviet Lithuania”, that presents the history and experiences of a group of elderly Holocaust survivors in modern day Vilnius. The research that went into the book became the basis of the Surviving History exhibition I was part of in 2010.
Washington Wax Works Heated Perspectives Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, Rockville, MD Feb 2 – 21, 2014
A Solo Exhibition of Encaustic, Collage, and Sculpture by Katie Dell Kaufman Sept. 20 – Nov. 2, 2013 Zenith Gallery Salon 1429 Iris Street, NW, WD.C. 20012
Washington Wax Works Debut Show Work by Kathy Anderson, Marty Ittner, David Evans, Nancy Hacskalo, Kevin Milstead and Katie Dell Kaufman 39th Street Corridor Exhibition Space, Gateway Art Center
Trees: The Worlds Greatest Cooperators Mar 17 – June 1, 2013 Zenith Gallery Salon 1429 Iris Street NW Washington DC 20012
My collage “Future Perfect” is in the online exhibition Strange Glue – Collage at 100, Thompson Gallery/ the Cambridge School of Weston, MA
Works on Paper by Katie Dell Kaufman
Collages and Drawings Atrium Gallery, Takoma Park Community Center Feb 3 – Mar 15 2012
The Spirit of Wood Sculpture by Katie Dell Kaufman and Lynda Smith-Bugge May 25-Aug 27, 2011 Eleven Eleven Sculpture Space 1111 Pennsylvania Ave NW WDC
Wax In Motion National Juried Encaustic Exhibition – 15 selected artists
Bowersock Gallery 373 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA
Richard Dana, Katie Dell Kaufman and the NIH Camera Club
February 2-26, 2011 BlackRock Center for the Arts Germantown, MD