GO FOR BAROQUE, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM; 2016


From "THE UNIVERSE OF KAY KHAN", THE Magazine, September, 2015:

My flight suit Naked is in the summer 2014 issue of Trend Magazine. The art/fashion article "The Wild West" was photographed by Peter Ogilvie & the suit was modeled by Deollo Johnson. The black El Camino is an artwork by Rose B. Simpson.

An INTERVIEW, complete with photos, for Fibre Arts Australia is on the site: "CONVERSATIONS WITH THE MAKERS"
Bruny Island Isthmus, Australia

CHIAROSCURO CONTEMPORARY ART exhibits my new series of vessels in the gallery. Images are on their website's "ARTISTS page."

Cynthia Whitney-Ward visited my studio, and photographed and wrote about it and my work on her blog "Chasing Santa Fe"

Textiles: The Art of Mankind
Mary Schoeser; Thames and Hudson

Fiber Art Today
Carol K. Russell; Schiffer Publishing

"Shadow of the Turning: The Art of Binh Pho"
A TRAVELING SHOW - exhibiting Denma's Robe, in collaboration with the wood sculptor Binh Pho & the writer Kevin Wallace

Franklin G. Burroughs - Simon B. Chapin Art Museum of Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach, SC
September 28, 2014 - January 4, 2015

Fuller Craft Museum
Brockton, MA
March 16 - July 13, 2014

The Center for Art in Wood
Philadelphia, PA
November 1, 2013 - January 15, 2014

Mobile Museum of Art
Mobile, Alabama
January 18 - April 7, 2013

"Crafting a Continuum"
ASU Art Museum
Tempe, Arizona
Fall 2013

"Sleight of Hand"
Denver Art Museum
Denver, Colorado
Through November, 2012

"To Wear or Not to Wear"
Racine Art Museum
Racine, Wisconsin
October 30, 2011 - February 19, 2012

"All Things Considered VI"
Fuller Craft Museum
Brockton, Massachusetts
July 30, 2011 - December 11, 2011

Park Avenue Armory
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art, Booth 105
April 14-17, 2011

"Multiple Personalities"
Craft Alliance
St. Louis, Missouri
January 14 - March 6, 2011 May 27, 2010
NEW YORK, NY.- A rare collection of contemporary baskets including functional vessels as well as expressive works that challenge traditional definitions of basketry, has been promised to the Museum of Arts and Design by Sara and David Lieberman. With their passion for collecting contemporary craft and their exceptional openness to new forms and ideas, the Liebermans have assembled one of the best compilations of contemporary baskets in the country. Their collection will be presented for the first time in New York in the exhibition Intertwined: Contemporary Baskets from the Sara and David Lieberman Collection, from March 16, 2010 and through September 12, 2010 at the Museum of Arts and Design.

"Materials Matter"
Chiaroscuro Gallery
702 1/2 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, NM
July 9 - August 7, 2010
Featured artists: Rebecca Bluestone, John Garrett, Kay Khan, Tracy Krumm, Flo Perkins, Gretchen Wachs

SOFA Chicago 2010
Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
November 5 - November 7, 2010

"Fiber: TwentyTen" Opens April 2nd at the Foundry Art Centre"

St. Charles, MO – The Foundry Art Centre in collaboration with Missouri Fiber Artists (MoFA) is pleased to present “Fiber: TwentyTen”, an exhibit featuring artists who participate in all aspects of the fiber arts, including weavers, basket makers, spinners, knitters, quilters, paper makers, and surface designers. The show will run from April 2 – May 14, 2010. An opening reception free to the public will be held April 16 from 6-9 pm at the Foundry Art Centre located at 520 North Main Center in Historic St. Charles.

The exhibition was juried by Kay Khan, a full time studio artist currently residing in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries nationally, published in magazines and books, and is included in the permanent collections of Arizona State University Museum in Tempe, “De Young Museum” in San Francisco, and New Mexico’s Museum of Fine Arts in Sante Fe


The photographer Peter Ogilvie used "Talisman" on one of his models in a recent photo shoot.

Recent exhibitions continued:
"Art Quilts: Contemporary Expressions from the Collection of John M. Walsh III"
Morris Museum, January 13 through April 25, 2010
(Morristown NJ) - More than 35 art quilts from the collection of New Jersey
resident John M. Walsh III will be on view at the Morris Museum from January 13
through April 25, 2010. Representing the creative genius of highly skilled and
academically trained studio artists, Art Quilts: Contemporary Expressions from
the Collection of John M. Walsh III explores the intriguing fusion of materials and
techniques that are redefining the contemporary quilt movement. The artists
whose work appears in this exhibition have pioneered innovative design and
construction techniques, transforming textiles into objects of phenomenal
expressive depth.