My Name is Katelyn Ambrose. I a 20 years old and I am a freelance photographer and artist. I am a graduate of SUNY Ulster where I received my Associates Degree in Fine Arts. I plan to continue my studies of art and obtain a BFA in Art Education with a minor in sculpture or photography. Art is my passion and I want to share my passion with others.
Art has always been a part of my life. Growing up I was always creating something. Creating something out of nothing, it didn’t matter if it had a purpose or meaning I was just making something.; something unique; something beautiful. Medium has never mattered to me. I wanted to mix things. I wanted to explore and expand my horizons. I do not limit myself to one medium, style or concept. I explore. I learn. I expand. My work is a constant search for the best way to interpret the ideas that I have about myself, my surroundings, and the world I live in. I am inspired by my environment, my life events, the people I come in contact with, the music I listen to; my inspiration is everywhere, always pushing me to create and keep creating.
As a artist, I’ve grown. I now want my work to convey a message, have a purpose, or carry a meaning. I’ve discovered my mediums and I have fallen in love with them but I still do not limit myself. I favor photography and sculptures in all forms and aspects. Through sculpture I express my feelings, understandings, and thoughts by creating something physical, something 3D. Sculpture allow me to build and create and use my hand to express myself. Through photography, I capture and create myself through my camera. Photography allows me to capture the way I view the world. With photography I want to tell a story or capture a story. I want my work to have purpose, meaning; I want my work to make people thinking, and to convey a message. I want my work to be more than just art; I want my work to have depth.
Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery – Student Works 2017
Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery – Student Works 2016
SUNY Student Art Exhibition
Albany’s Legislative Art Show – 2015