Katie Anne Sharpe
Katie Anne Sharpe received her B.F.A. at Idaho State University in May 2018, while in school she also competed on the ISU rodeo team in the intercollegiate rodeo association. She spent the next three years in Oregon rodeoing and using a grant to bring art to the rural kindergarten through twelfth grade school in the area. She now lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, working as a studio technician at Arrowmont School of Craft. She is sculpture artist and mostly works with clay and paper as her primary mediums. All her artwork surrounds the themes of rodeo and Cowboy Culture.
Picture: Katie on her horse “Choc” after competing in Breakaway Roping at a college rodeo.