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Kat Clave was born’n’raised in Long Beach and currently attends the Art Institute of Orange County studying graphic design.
Having had shows already throughout Long Beach and Los Angeles, Clave’s interest in art has expanded into experience—a thing that someone of her youth can claim.
“Creating art has been an interest of mine that always seems to prevail everything else,” Clave said. “With this piece I chose to represent Long Beach with the unique Queen Mary landmark, and recreated lettering to bring us back to the historic steamship era.”
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