Katrina Vallé (b. 1985 in Scotland) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.
Vallé graduated from the Master of Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art, Scotland in 2014, with a BFA (Hons) at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland in Tapestry. She has also been on an Erasmus exchange at the Munich Academy of Art, Germany.
Solo and group shows include: MOTHS, Summerhall, Edinburgh (2015); Fortress Kazakostan Apartment (Part of the Glasgow Master’s Series), Japan (2015); Prehistoric Loom, Glasgow Open House, Scotland (2015); So It Is, The Briggait, Glasgow, Scotland (2014); MFA Degree Show, The Glue Factory, Glasgow, Scotland (2014); How many shades would an artist pack for holidays? Space Neoterismoi Toumazou, Cyprus (2013). Katrina has taken part in the AiR Residency at the Scottish Sculpture Workshops (2015); The Bothy Project (2013); The Fffast Summer Residency with Neoterismoi Toumazou, Cyprus (2013).