Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kate Chesnutt has travelled around the globe and lived along the eastern coast of the United States, but she is proud to now call Atlanta home, where she shares her passion for meaningful works of art with her clients. Previously, Kate served as the Assistant Director at Bill Lowe Gallery, now Johnson Lowe Gallery, one of the South's premier Contemporary Art galleries, where she curated collections and worked to promote Arts in Atlanta and the South. She believes that any great collection should to reflect the individuals, institutions, and constituencies that serve as their custodians.
Before entering the world of the visual arts, Kate earned her undergraduate degree in Management and Marketing at the University of Tennessee and later returned to O'More College of Design to further her education with studies in Interior Design.
Kate has worked as an Interior Designer and posses a unique understanding of the elements that work to create a cohesive environment.
Ms. Chesnutt founded Labyrinth Curation in July 2022. She has garnered national press attention appearing in magazines and on CNN New Day as a subject matter expert on Fine Art, antiquities, and objects.