This body of work was inspired by my experiences with the natural world. Whether it was borne out of a quiet walk through a forest, watching the sun go down in the country, arranging a lush bouquet of flowers from my garden or gazing on a beautiful creature from the animal world, these experiences all give me a “natural high”.
Capturing emotions from a place, a time of day, or some fragment of nature is central to my work as is the constant search for light and the idea of taking the viewer to a different, higher place. Thank you for taking the time to view my work!
About the Artist
Since completing her B.F.A. with great distinction at the U. of S. in 2005, Kathy has attended numerous workshops at the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus, taken a variety of classes from local professional artists and, most recently, completed a year-long CARFAC Mentorship with nationally respected Saskatchewan landscape artist, Clint Hunker. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions across Saskatchewan, has conducted encaustic workshops for local artist groups and individuals and belongs to the Studio on 20th Artist Group in Saskatoon. Recently retired from teaching this past June, Kathy is excited and privileged to now call herself a full-time artist.
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