Kathleen Waterloo

Wiggle Room
encaustic on panel
24 x 18 in.

My works are architectural fantasies which attempt to record the urban/urbane/mundane observances seen on a daily basis. With a reductive approach towards simplicity, space planning methods are utilized to transform an elevation, aerial view, or structure into its final composition. Previously trained in interior architecture, lines are a recurring theme.

Recent inspirations have been racetrack maps, Wall Street Journal graphs, midwest aerial landscapes, international airport floor plans, fault lines, rodeo bucking chutes, ‘mapquest’ routes, Chicago streets, and architectural elements from travels.

© Kathleen Waterloo