Regional Editor Fine Art Connoisseur [ Plein Air Magazine ]for the "Great Plains"
Executive Ambassador IPAP International Paint Out Sept. 7 - 8- 9, 2007 contact: http://i-p-a-p.com
Chosen to exhibit in "Expressions West" at the Coos Art Museum May to July 2005. She was selected by the Women Artists of the West [WAOW] to exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Museum and Library in Simi Valley,CA 2004 for the American Southwest Art Exhibition. Exhibiting paintings in the Hart Museum,Carmel,CA May 2005.
Plein air painting on permant display at Pioneers' Museum, Colorado Springs, CO
Kathryn has also had many articles and photos published in the Plein air Magazine.[Fine Art Connoisseur 2006]
In 2004 & 2005 Kathryn exhibited in Plein Air Exhibitions; Victor, CO., Estes Park,CO., Manitou Springs,CO and NY City Central Park with the National Academy of Professional Plein Air Painters[NAPPAP] , National Exhibitions including, Painting in Rocky Mountain National Park Plein Air "Painting the Parks", Regional Exhibitions and many Paint Outs, 04 & 05 displayed with PPPAP in the Cultural Arts Center, Estes Park CO plus her L.I.W. Cargo Gallery Special Exhibitions. and with the International Plein Air Painters in Niagara Falls, 2005, Canada. presented the "Founders Award"
Selected in 2003 by Oil Painters of America[OPA] Regional Exhibition in Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara,CA.
Represented by Pankratz Fine Art Gallery 366 Second Street, Monument, CO 719-481-3108,
L.I.W. Cargo Gallery of Fine Art, Manitou Springs, CO 719-685-0452 and
Earthwood Collections Gallery, Estes Park, CO. 970-577-8100
Winner of the Winsor & Newton Award in the National Exhibition , 2000 Ft.Collins where 33 states Canada and France participated.
Has been in 4 National Exhibitions in Ft. Collins and 1 in Trinidad National Show.[Honorable Mention]
Won many Professional awards in the Glenwood Springs Art Shows in the past few years.
Founding Member of Plein Air Pioneer Painters of Colorado [PAPP], the Springs Seven Painting Group of Colorado Springs,
Signature Member of International Plein Air Painters [IPAP] and Plein Air Artists Colorado [PAAC],
Member [PPPAP] Pikes Peak Plein Air Painters of Colorado, International Plein Air Painters [IPAP],
American Impressionists Society [AIS], Laguna Plein Air Painters,Glenwood Springs Art Group, Art Students League of Denver.
Associate [WAOW], [OPA]
Studied with well known artists, Ray Vinella of Taos NM., Mitch Castor, Doug Dawson, Quang Ho of Denver and Ned Mueller.
**News: BEST OF SHOW Estes Park 2005 International Plein Air Competition- Estes Park, CO
Displayed at Touchstone Gallery All Media International Exhibition Feb.9 - March 6/05
Washington DC 202 - 347 - 2787. Juror Britta Konau is the Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. This is the only Museum in the world dedicated exclusively to recognize the contribution of women artists. Plein Air Painting won Honorable Mention"Central Park NY" oil 11x14
2007 American Impressionist Society Hilligoss Gallery Chicago's"Michigan Mile Ave"
2007 La Jolla Art Association 3 plein air paintings The Village Gallery La Jolla CA
2007 Invited to take part in "Namadas del Arte" 6 Southen States painting throughout 2007 and Premier Exhibition & Sale Sage Creek Gallery in Santa Fe NM 2008
2006 American Plains Artists Art of the Plains Great Plains Art Museum Lincoln Ne
2006 Exhibiting National Arts Foundation Chicago, IL WAOW exhibition November
2006 Serenity Place Gallery Exhibition Big Bear Lake CA. October
2006 Selected into American Impressionists Exhibition , RockPort TX.
2006 Selected into the Society of Master Impressionists Exhibition, Amarillo, TX
2006 Selected into the "Expressions West" Coos Art Museum 13 Western States
2006 Hart Museum Women Artists of the West
2005 Selected as the Best of Show in Estes Park, Co
"Painting the Parks" Rocky Mtn. National Park
"Displayed" at the Ronald Reagan Museum and Library Simi Valley CA 2004
"Special Exhibition" Soho NY 2000
"OPA Regional" painting in Santa Barbara CA Waterhouse Gallery
"Painting on Permanent Display" at the Pioneers's Museum Colorado Springs CO