Born in 1964, Kate Campbell-Pope is a visual artist currently residing in Albany, WA.
Her arts practice encompasses gallery works, community arts, public art, teaching, curating, and mentoring.
She has exhibited extensively in exhibitions locally, nationally, and internationally in Chile and Japan. Her works have been included in several national survey exhibitions such as the Tamworth Textile Triennial (2014), LoveLace (2011), and Woven Forms (2005).
Her artwork is mostly sculptural in nature, and is concerned with the relationships between materials and meaning. Campbell-Pope’s work references the natural environment and our place within it, expressing the ephemerality of human life.
Her artworks are represented in a number of public collections such as the Art Gallery of WA, King Edward Memorial Hospital, City of Tamworth, in addition to various private collections. She is an active member of MIX Artists, a contemporary arts group based in Albany.