Kate Pond Sculptor

Kate Pond interview at the exhibit at the Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury, VT

During the summer of 2021, the Henry Sheldon Museum in Middlebury, Vermont mounted a retrospective exhibit of sculpture maquettes and photographs of my public sculpture and private commissions. The exhibit included sculptures, part of Pond’s World Sculpture Project: ZIG ZAG 1993 at the Colby Curtis museum in Stanstead, Quebec, Canada; SOLEKKO 1996 at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology in Oslo, Norway; HIMEGURI 1998 at the Mitsubishi Sports Garden in Sendai, Japan; ALL ONE 2002 at the Kapi’olani Community College in Honolulu, Hawaii; and TELLING STONES at Mapua Central School in Mapua, Richmond, New Zealand.

The exhibit also included the sculptures, WELLSPRING at Brandeis University and SUNFIX at the United States Port of Entry in Highgate Springs, VT, among others. Fran Stoddard, interviewer, and Wendy Erikson, film maker created this video.


Pond’s two large steel sculptures, FIVE and EIGHT, are installed near the new Firestone Medical Building on the University of Vermont campus.

They were donated by Dr Cathleen Gleeson, former UVM Larner College of Medicine Associate Dean of Admissions, and her husband, Dr David Maughan, UVM Professor Emeritus of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics.

From the Heart II

Adding a granite base and the new positioning of the sculpture, this is From the Heart II, 3 feet tall by 4 feet wide by 3.5 feet deep. I like placing the piece on the rough chunk of granite so it is more visible. And siting it differently presents a simplicity of the shape at first glance.

Available for purchase, my email is [email protected].

If you’d like to learn more about From the Heart II or other sculptures of any size, please email me at [email protected] and I would be pleased to make an appointment with you.
Kate Pond 802-233-1457

Contact Kate

To contact Kate, please fill out the form below or email her at the address below.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.