Work (original): Riot No. 1, 2015 - Kate Iverson


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Kate Iverson's Riot No. 1 painting is an upbeat piece inspired by fiercely feminist punk icon, Poly Styrene, front woman of late-70s band X-Ray Spex. It features black, white, and grey brushstrokes, jagged lines, and neon underpainting -- punctuated with bold white polka dots.  

Created with tempera and acrylic on a 40 x 40-inch gallery canvas, Riot No. 1 is an eye-catching centerpiece that complements modern decor beautifully. 

About Kate Iverson

Kate Iverson's art was the initial inspiration that brought Kate and Kelly together as business partners, and Alice Riot's first collection is a literal reflection of that. Kate is a painter and mixed media artist living and working in Minneapolis, MN. She has exhibited locally and nationally, often focusing on the parallels between nature and design. Kate’s work tells vibrant yet thoughtful color stories that move between flat and dimensional objects. See more of Kate's work at

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