Caroline Earley, "Stasis XIII", ceramic, 2021
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Caroline Earley, "Stasis XIII", ceramic, 2021


Boise-based artists Kate Walker and Caroline Earley are featured in Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art’s next presentation, Intersections. Walker creates with painting, performance and video, often collaborating with community members to address contemporary social issues, while Earley’s ceramic works highlight relations between form and function. Both artists infuse humor within their artistic works to bring light to issues related to social justice, the environment and the importance of societal interconnection. Walker and Earley’s common focus on formal abstraction is achieved through their visual collaboration of both color and geometric shape. In addition to the main show featuring the artists’ individual works, EWU is also displaying their collaborative piece, Intersexions. The artists give an online lecture via Zoom on Feb. 18.

Jan. 27-March 5 • Free • Online at

— Natalie Rieth