Katherine Keltner is a Brooklyn-based artist whose works use thin layers of paint and ink together with ephemera from her life to capture a trace of what was once there, accumulating opacities that become imagined landscapes, while disclosing bits of personal narrative in an overarching system of order, often a grid or celestial arc. She has an upcoming two-person exhibition at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington DC and has exhibited at Trestle Gallery, Momenta Art; the Bruce High Quality Foundation; Rhombus Space; Muriel Guepin; Max Protetch; JCAL; and Real Art Ways. Her work has been reviewed and featured in publications such as Art F City, ARTINFO and the L Magazine. Keltner is a 2016 Ragdale Fellow and the 2016 Artist-in-Residence at Rhombus Space, as well as a past fellowship recipient at Vermont Studio Center. Keltner contributes reviews to POVarts and published "Multiplicities from Motherhood: How the Changing Representation of the Female Body as Mother Widens the Discourse on Issues of Support," in The International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. She has given artist talks at Hunter College, A@R, Meulensteen, and JCAL. Raised in New York, she earned her AB from Dartmouth College and her MFA from American University, and her graduate studies include time at Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Brooklyn College MFA program.