• Kathryn Pyne's Overview
        • Name:
          Kathryn Pyne
        • Department of Major:
          Art Practice
        • Additional Major/Minor(s):
          Minors in Creative Writing and French
        • Department Member:
          Yes
        • Art & Art History Major/Minor, Program:
          Major, Studio Art
        • Class Year:
          Sophomore
        • Degree Year:
          2012
        • Email:
          ktpyne@stanford.edu
        • Primary Phone:
          (323) 708-6538
        • Research Areas:

          Katie has recently become obsessed with Barbie as not only an object and image, but also as a cultural icon. She believes Barbies are babes, bitches and a perception of beauty. She claims she has  grown to love them. Katie is currently working on a series of projects related to Barbie in a variety of different media.

        • Short Bio:

          Born and raised in Los Angeles, Katie is a blonde, bubbly city girl who prefers to be constantly in motion. At Stanford she has invested herself in a variety of ways and is currently one of the Peer Advisors for the Art Department.  Her interests are varied, including driving, laughing, playing with words, and Barbie.  Her heroes are Chuck Close, Flannery O'Conner, and Edward Hopper. She is happy to help navigate pretty much anything inside or outside the department.  What she doesn't know, she'll make up, so don't take her too seriously. Next year she will be returning to LA to face the entertainment industry as she pursues an MFA at USC School of Cinematic Arts. 

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Boy Sharpening a Quill

1699-1779

Jean-Baptiste Simeon Chardin

Photo credit: Scala / Art Resources, NY

Favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2007

Robert Dawson

Off the Charts: the Song-Poem Story

A film by Jamie Meltzer

Courtesy: Joshua Forney

Nesting Nautilus

2006

Laser-cut plywood

John Edmark