Misenheimer has selected pieces created over the last ten years related to the life she shared with her late husband and SC Philharmonic double bassist, Ken Klatte. Exhibiting these works in the Koger Center is especially meaningful, as the pieces are often about spaces they lived and worked, and the Koger Center was a regular place of gathering for Ken and his family.
A graduate of the Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, and the University of South Carolina, Misenheimer creates multi-disciplinary works, often from her memory.
She is a native Oklahoman and member of the Choctaw Nation; her experiences working across cultures and disciplines continues to lead her to new questions and practices. This exhibit consideres the relationship between the pieces across time as the stylistic and philosophical approaches changed, concurrently with their journey through life.