Caito Stewart

Caito Stewart

Old Westbury, NY

Caito Stewart

Caito Stewart

I am here to reimagine...

a world where everyone's stories, even those of grief, are heard, validated, and celebrated.

My Story

I'm a visual artist, born and raised in Ossining, NY. I have a BFA in Painting from Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute. While living in Tokyo and working at a language school for almost ten years, I discovered my passion for teaching, training, uplifting, and supporting others. The loss of my mother in 2017 led me back to New York, where I started creat...
I'm a visual artist, born and raised in Ossining, NY. I have a BFA in Painting from Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute. While living in Tokyo and working at a language school for almost ten years, I discovered my passion for teaching, training, uplifting, and supporting others. The loss of my mother in 2017 led me back to New York, where I started creating installations and sculptural memorial works inspired by my personal history. By sharing my own story through my art, I now seek to encourage and normalize open conversations around grief and loss. Recently, I have expanded my art practice to include collaborative elements that more directly foster dialog, connection, and community. My current project "Ghost Tike: A Collective Memorial" is an ongoing installation artwork that invites people to honor their loved ones and share their stories.
I'm a visual artist, born and raised in Ossining, NY. I have a BFA in Painting from Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute. While living in Tokyo and working at a language school for almost ten years, I discovered my passion for teaching, training, uplifting, and supporting others. The loss of my mother in 2017 led me back to New York, where I started creating installations and sculptural memorial works inspired by my personal history. By sharing my own story through my art, I now seek to encourage and normalize open conversations around grief and loss. Recently, I have expanded my art practice to include collaborative elements that more directly foster dialog, connection, and community. My current project "Ghost Tike: A Collective Memorial" is an ongoing installation artwork that invites people to honor their loved ones and share their stories.

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