Kate Pond, Sculptor

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Kate Pond From the Heart: A Sculptor's Process

Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury, Vermont
July 13 - September 11, 2021

Gallery Talk: Thursday at noon on September 2

Museum open Tuesday - Saturday 11 am to 4 pm

Featured sculpture, From the Heart

From The Heart sculpture
From the Heart
From The Heart sculpture details
From the Heart (detail)

UNSPOKEN TRUTH FROM THE HEART is my interpretation of the Japanese kanji “ kokoro” or the Chinese, “shin”, meaning “mind”, “heart”, “spirit” and feeling”. The meaning encompasses more than our English meaning of heart does.

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FIVE and EIGHT sculptures moving permanently to the University of Vermont.

Large steel sculptures, FIVE and EIGHT are shown here during a 1979 exhibition at the Royall Tyler Theater at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont.
Owners of FIVE and EIGHT, Dr. Cathleen Gleeson, former UVM Larner College of Medicine Associate Dean of Admissions and Dr. David Maughan, UVM Professor Emeritus of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics, have donated the two sculptures to the university.
The two sculptures will be permanently installed near the new Firestone Medical Building upon the completion of the building in 2022.

More recently, my granddaughter, Angela Robins, and I held poses in front of the black and white, 7’ x 7’paintings that were part of the original Royall Tyler Theater exhibit.

Angela and Kate with My Oyster
One Up
Quintessence 2
Quintessence 3
Seventh Sea
My Oyster 2
My Oyster
Angela Robins
Kate Pond

If you are curious about the Five and Eight Sculptures or other sculptures of any size, please email me at kpsculptor@gmail.com and I would be pleased to make an appointment with you.
Kate Pond