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Katie Ohe

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Katie Ohe, (born Katherine Dorothea Minna von der Ohe 1937, near Peers, Alberta) is a Canadian sculptor living in Calgary, Alberta. Ohe is known as one of the first artists to make abstract sculpture in Alberta, and has been influential as a teacher at the Alberta College of Art and Design. She is best known for her abstract and kinetic sculptures. Biography She began her studies at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary (then the Provincial Institute of Technology and Art) 1954 to 1957 under the guidance of pioneer modernist artist Marion Nicoll. Other influential instructors were Illingworth Kerr, Stan Blodgett, Ken Sturdy and ceramist Luke Lindoe. Lindoe invited her to work at Ceramics Arts in the summer of 1957, where she worked alongside Walter Dexter, Walt Drohan, Luke Lindoe and Pat Banks (Drohan). She was awarded a National Gallery Study Award to study child art education with Arthur Lismer at the Montreal School of Art and Design, Montreal Museum of F
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